Partnership Aims to Mentor the Next Generation of National Security Workers
The Lint Center for National Security Studies, a non-profit dedicated to supporting the educational pursuits of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, and the Military Intelligence Corps Association (MICA), a non- profit professional association of the U.S. Army’s Military Intelligence Corps, Bragg Chapter announced a partnership to advance the careers of the next generation of Military Intelligence workers.
This partnership will work to elevate the National Security studies field by
- Providing experienced mentors in the U.S. Army’s Military Intelligence field
- Connecting emerging leaders to future professional associations
- Joining resources to connect emerging talent with established leaders in Counterintelligence
“We’re excited to partner with an organization whose values align so closely with ours,” said Michael C. Quinn, Vice President of MICA Bragg Chapter. “MICA represents the current and retired military workers and it is our responsibility to ensure this next generation has the tools to better the field. With this partnership we can engage and provide institutional knowledge to a new generation of National Security Workers and the future members of MICA.”
The collaboration will allow MICA Bragg to become valuable members of the Lint Center Mentor team. Mentors are selected and matched based on the mentees interest and the mentor’s specialty. The mentorship program creates an opportunity for scholarship winners to network within their fields and learn from experienced professionals.
“I was present when the Military Intelligence Corps was activated on July 1st, 1987 it has matured a great deal since then. A large part of that success is due to the strong professional association supporting the MI Corps,” said James R. Lint, CEO at the Lint Center. “MICA connects Military Intelligence soldiers with unsurpassed professional journals and programs. Mentors from MICA can only increase the quality of the Lint Center’s Mentors.”
http://ngatiranana.co.uk/files/file/TheSuperYachtCup%255B2%255D.pdf About MICA Bragg Chapter:
The Bragg Chapter was organized in July of 2014 and recognized as an official chapter of the Military Intelligence Corps Association in November of that same year. In December of 2014, the Bragg Chapter received its official Fort Bragg recognition and was granted permission to operate on post as a private organization.
Military Intelligence Corps Association (MICA), is a non- profit professional association of the U.S. Army’s Military Intelligence Corps. MICA members represent the active duty, reserve component, and retired Army MI mission and are dedicated to ensuring that Army Intelligence remains “Always Out Front!” For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/groups/micabraggchapter.
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The Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc., founded in 2007, is a non-profit IRS 501 (c) (3) organization created to award merit-based scholarships biannually for Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, their children and scholars, and to advance the study of National Security, cross-cultural studies, and global understanding. The Center, an IRS approved charity, is veteran and minority operated and managed. For more information, please visit www.LintCenter.org.