Mose Harris IV has been named Program Manager for Federal Internships in Fayetteville State University’s (FSU) Center for Defense and Homeland Security. Harris was hired in September 2017 and brings more than 15 years of experience in obtaining federal internships, navigating federal employment, and counseling students, preparing them for the workforce. In his new role as Program Manager, Harris will directly assist students who are interested in federal internship programs such as: The Federal Bureau of Investigations, National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Central Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Agency, among others. Harris began his career as an Environmental Scientist with the U.S. Forest Service upon successfully completing the requirements set by the STEP/SCEP Federal Internship Program which is now known as Pathways. He has worked at Fayetteville State University within Career Services for the past six years where he has helped countless students prepare for and obtain rewarding internships and career opportunities. Harris holds a Master of Social Work Degree from FSU.
In December 2010, Fayetteville State University established the Center for Defense and Homeland Security (CDHS). The Center serves as a catalyst in developing the next generation of National and Cyber Security STEM professionals. The University and the Center are exploring and expanding education opportunities for military-affiliated, traditional and non-traditional students.