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Quick BG Info: I was an All Source Analyst in the Army. I got out, got an offer to go to Afghanistan as a private contractor before my enlistment contract was up, but I didn't have enough college for them to hire me (Associates or 60 credit hours). I decided to attend college with the Post 9/11.
I just finished my Associates this past Fall semester, and I have an entire semester gap before I go on to a four year program in the Summer. I've been looking at positions on places like Clearance Jobs, but I'm unsure of what exactly will put me a step ahead of others applying for these positions or what I can be doing now to make me a better candidate for hire. For instance, many openings state that a requirement is a current TS/SCI (which as I understand is "gone" when you leave a position that requires the clearance), but I haven't "held" a TS/SCI since I got out of the Army.
BLUF: I'm looking for info on intelligence contracting from anyone that has done so, or any other contracting for that matter or anyone with knowledge that I may not have.
Thanks in advance for any replies I get.
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