Secret Service Career Opportunities
Threats against schools and public spaces
Cyber Investigations Guides for Preparing for a Cyber Incident:
Ransomware; Contacting Law Enforcement; Reporting Cyber Incidents to the Federal Government; e-Skimming; Business Email Compromises; and Anatomy of a Business Email Compromise
2023 - 2024
The application window is now open until April 7, 2023.
The committee is in the review process. Students will receive notice by the first of June,
and checks will be mailed to institutions by July 31, 2022.
USSSA has several scholarship programs available, including:
- Foundation of USSSA scholarship which is availble to members, their spouses, children, and grandchildren to pursue undergraduate degrees. The USSSA member must have maintained membership in the Association for at least one year immediately prior to the application deadline.
- Julie Cross Memorial Scholarship, available to women seeking a career in law enforcement or related field. Applicants must be sponsored by a USSSA Member, but do not have to be related to a member.
- Ron Shurer Memorial Scholarship, available to children of any United States Secret Service employee who died while employed by USSS. Employee did not need to be a member of USSSA.
- 9/11 Scholarship, available to children and grandchildren of a United States Secret Service employee, and member of USSSA, that had documented assignments to 9/11 response and recovery in NYC, Shanksville, PA, the Pentagon or with a permanent USSS protectee. The USSSA member must have maintained membership in the Association for at least one year immediately prior to the application deadline.
Members can find links in the member-only menu, and should have also received a ListServ with the information. For non-members who qualify for the Julie Cross or Ron Shurer Scholarships, please click here to contact Jenna.