Dear Students,

 

Below please find the information regarding an internship opportunity. Attached please find the flyer of it.

Please follow the instruction provided below as well as in the flyer to apply.

 

All the best,

Jammie

Jammie Chang

Academic Program Manager

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

George Mason University

4400 University Drive, MSN 1G5

Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 703-993-1570

Fax: 703-993-1601

 

From: WFO.Recruiter [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Subject: 2014 FBI Honors Internship Program - Accepting Applications Now

 

Good morning,

 

I hope this message finds everyone well in the new year!  The FBI is currently accepting applications for the 2014 Honors Internship Program from January 29 to February 4.  I wanted to share this information to help spread the word to interested students.  The attached flyer may be distributed and students should visit the Student Center, Honors Internship Program link at www.fbijobs.gov  for more information about the program and requirements.  Eligible students may submit an application via the link online.

 

 

2014 Honors Internship Program Overview


The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Honors Internship Program is a paid internship opportunity that offers undergraduates, graduates or post-doctorate students throughout the country an exciting insider's view of FBI operations and an opportunity to explore career opportunities within the Bureau. The Honors Internship Program allows students to work at select Field Office locations across the country or in FBI Headquarters (FBIHQ) divisions located in Quantico, Virginia; Winchester, Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and Washington, DC, from June 1, 2014 through August 9, 2014. Please note that candidates selected for the program are solely responsible for housing, travel and commuting costs.

FBI Honors Interns will spend ten rewarding weeks in the summer working side-by-side with FBI employees on a variety of organizational issues or investigative matters that are vital to the FBI's mission. After completing a summer internship, interns have the opportunity to continue their internship throughout the year at selected field offices or FBIHQ divisions, by working a minimum of 16 hours per month in order to maintain their security clearance.

No matter what career path you eventually choose, serving as an FBI Honors Intern will be an experience you will never forget, and one that will benefit you in all of your future endeavors.

Intern Qualifications

In order to participate in the Honors Internship Program, a candidate:

  Must be a United States (US) citizen.

  Must be enrolled in or attending a college or university that is accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education.

  Must be classified as an Undergraduate (second semester Freshman or higher), Graduate or Post-Doctorate student currently enrolled full-time at the time of application (a participant cannot be scheduled to graduate before the program start date of June 1, 2014). Note: For students transferring from a 2-year institution to a 4-year institution, or pursuing a post-graduate degree, a copy of your acceptance letter which states that you are enrolled and will be attending full-time is required.

  Must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program.

  Must have at the time of application, and maintain throughout the duration of the program, a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale and be in good standing with their academic institution. GPAs will not be rounded up.

  Must be willing to participate for a term of at least 10 weeks or longer, 40 hours per week (during summer only).

  Must be available if selected to participate in the 2014 FBI Honors Internship program from June 1, 2014 - August 9, 2014.

  Must meet FBI employment suitability standards, including policies regarding current and prior use of illegal drugs, and must be able to pass a comprehensive background check, polygraph test, drug test, and personnel security interview (PSI)

  MUST, if selected, be available for background processing at a local FBI Field Office within the U.S.

Educational Disciplines
Internship applicants are drawn from a wide range of academic areas that include, but are not limited to: Finance/Accounting, all Engineering, Physical Sciences, Computer Science, Information Technology, Law, Information Systems, Communications, International Studies, Education, Criminal Justice/Criminology, Foreign Language, History, Journalism, Human Resources, Political Science, Psychology, Visual Arts, Archives/Library Science, Marketing, Public Relations, Business Administration & Management, Information Security, Network & Communications Management, and many more.

 

Kindest Regards,

 

Jennifer Ujimori

Special Agent Recruiter

FBI Washington Field Office