Who Can Work at the LCDI?
The Senator Leahy Center for Digital Investigation offers a variety of internship, work-study, and non-work-study positions. In addition to being a strong asset to Computer Science, Digital Forensics, and Cybersecurity majors, the LCDI also offers abundant opportunities to those interested in Marketing, Graphic Design, and Professional Writing.
Students who work at the LCDI develop technical and non-technical hard skills as well as soft skills they can take with them through graduation.
Anyone who is majoring in the aforementioned fields, or is interested in beginning in these fields, can apply. Some experience is suggested but not required. The LCDI would love to be a step in helping students meet their future goals.
Available Positions at the LCDI
The LCDI is accepting applications for Fall 2019 semester. To apply, please follow the steps provided in the links below.
Read full job descriptions below before applying. Application link is at the bottom of this page.
Part time positions (work-study and non work-study):
|Research Assistant I & II||System Administrator I & II||Programmer I & II - Spring 2020|
|Marketing Assistant I - Spring 2020||Security Operation Analysts Tier 1 & Tier 2||Technical Writer|
|Graphic Designer||Network Operation Center Analysts||LCDI Supervisor|
Technical Internship (school credit):
Students obtain practical experience in a real-world, hands-on setting while applying knowledge learned from coursework. With on-site supervision, students will work 80 - 120 hours in a technology-related role within the LCDI.
Please carefully read the descriptions of each Technical Intern job/project in detail before applying. When applying for a Technical Intern position, please complete the Technical Intern Application on the job site below.
|Programmer Intern||Help Desk Technician Intern||Security Operation Analysts Intern||Marketing Intern|
PLEASE NOTE: The Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) has modified the process in which workforce members apply to and are placed into positions. Effective for the incoming Class of 2020, interested applicants will be directed to apply for the FOR 190 and/or FOR 191 internship class. This class is a prerequisite for all positions starting Spring 2017. Existing workforce members who are enrolled in the Class of 2019 or earlier will be exempted from this requirement. Due to our ever-changing mission, exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please contact Project Manager, Joseph Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.