JANE A. DOE

123 Oak Street San Bernardino, CA 92407-2393
Phone: 909-123-4567 or 909-987-6543 Email: janeadoe@msn.com

OBJECTIVE

Obtain an intelligence analyst position that can benefit from my education and research experience

EDUCATION

California State University, San Bernardino, CA
Master of Arts in National Security Studies, (June 2007)
Concentration on Intelligence Methodology, Military Geography, Arabic Language Studies
GPA: 4.00, while working 20 hours per week as a graduate assistant

Related Coursework:
▪ Intelligence Analysis ▪ Strategic Systems
▪ Political Intelligence ▪ Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing
▪ Strategic Intelligence ▪ International Relations Theory

California State University, San Marcos, CA
Bachelor of Arts in History (2005) GPA: 3.98
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (2005) GPA: 4.0

Dar Loughat – Tetouan, Morocco
Intensive Arabic Program, Summer 2006
Sponsored by the California State University Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence and provided by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

LANGUAGES

Arabic – speaking, writing, reading – intermediate level; Spanish – speaking, writing, reading – novice level

RESEARCH PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Team Chief, mock National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) “Political Future of Saudi Arabia”, Spring 2006
Political Analyst, mock National Intelligence Daily (NID), Spring 2006
▪ Analyzed Saudi Arabia’s political structure to determine its impact on the governmental system within 5-15 years
Authored “The US and Iraq: A Clausewitzian Perspective”, “Iran and Iraq: What Military Geography Tells Us”,
“21st Century US Strategy for the Middle East”, “Security in a Non-Nuclear Libya”

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

▪ Presented and won Best Paper for “Security in a Non-Nuclear Libya”, International Studies Association West Conference, San Francisco, October 2006
▪ Presented “Iran and Iraq: What Military Geography Tells Us”, International Studies Association WestConference, San Francisco, February 2005

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Graduate Assistant, California State University, San Bernardino (2006)
Assistant for Dr. Mark Clark, Chair, National Security Studies Program
▪ Developed online audio/visual learning modules for course curriculum, ”Strategic Systems and Thought”Aviation Electronics Technician: US Navy Reserve, NAB Coronado, San Diego, CA (1999 – present)
Fleet Information Warfare Center Technician
▪ Executed command and control simulation warfare against opposing forces
▪ Generated simulation and war-gaming exercises using jamming, imitative communications deception, counter-targeting, and threat signal mock-ups

AFFILIATIONS

▪ IC Scholar (Educational consortium by the ODNI)
▪ Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society, Chapter Vice President 2002-3)
▪ Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society, Chapter Vice President 2003-4, Chapter Webmaster 2002-4)
▪ Women in International Security (WIIS)

AWARDS/HONORS

▪ Dean’s List, Honor Graduate, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, 2001
▪ Avionics Airman of the Year, USNR, NAB Coronado, San Diego, CA, 2004
▪ Dean’s List (6 semesters), California State University, San Marcos, (2003-2005)
▪ Honor Graduate, Cum Laude, California State University, San Marcos, 2005
▪ Distinguished Graduate, National Security Studies, California State University, San Bernardino, 2007