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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is an agency of the United States Department of Justice that serves as both a federal criminal investigative body and an internal intelligence agency. The FBI has investigative jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crime.

Headquartered in Washington, DC, the FBI has over 55 field offices located throughout the USA as well as smaller units throughout the world.

Perhaps you are working for the FBI or interested in working for the FBI. Here is a forum to share your experience with the FBI.

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#1 Posted : Monday, June 21, 2021 8:21:08 PM(UTC)

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Hi all, not sure if this is too early to start a thread but I think the application process opens soon. I'm planning to apply as a sophomore this fall and I feel like there's not much information out there. I'm curious if any previous applicants or anyone else can offer some insight about what kind of applicants they're looking for - in terms of GPA, work experience, the prestige of undergrad institution, etc. Also curious if people recommend getting into contact with a field officer or recruiting personnel before submitting the application?
#2 Posted : Monday, September 20, 2021 7:41:04 PM(UTC)

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Hello, my dude.

I also applied for the Honors Internship Program - Summer 2022 but for the first time, only a few days ago. I'm an academic junior. From what I can gather and what my intuition tells me, I'd expect the FBI to seriously analyze suitability by not only the standards emphasized on the job posting but also beyond it. Meaning, the hiring mangers at all field offices looking to hire undergraduate internship applicants will make their decisions based on the official standards (yes) but will also follow what impression you make on them. They need to be left feeling, without a major doubt, you will make valuable contributions to their operations out of their field office, wherever and how-ever that might be in the United States.

My advice.... use your application, resume, and the cover letter option to paint a proud past and bright future.

As for getting into contact with your local field office correspondent for this opening's hiring process, idk. really, idk. That is a great question, so I will have to guess... you don't need to because they will reach out to you, later on.
+ it might be best to just wait, until they reach out; contacting them, now, might only confuse them.

P.S. I hope to see us posting about how we got a conditional offer later this year! take care.
-thatprettymofo :^)
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