The Nations Top Law Enforcement Agency Opens Its Doors For Student Interns That Are Interested In Law Enforcement Careers. Among The Many Challenges Of Being An FBI Agent, Being LGBTQ+ Will Not Be One Of Them!
The Federal Bureau of Investigations wants you to help serve and protect our great country. Starting August 26, 2016 the Honors Internship Program will begin the process of accepting applications. Applications will be accepted until October 14, 2016.
The FBI’s Honors Internship Program is seeking innovative, diverse, motivated, and talented college students. If you think this could be your calling, you are invited to join the ranks of thousands of outstanding students who since 1985 have participated in the paid internship with the world’s premier law enforcement and intelligence agency.
“It’s important to note that “diversity” is one of the FBI’s core values,” explains Christina Garza, Public Affairs and Community Outreach Coordinator for the FBI Houston Field Office. “It was added by Director James B. Comey who is a big advocate of diversifying the bureau, in all aspects.”
The LGBT Program launched under the direction of Comey, was established to address employee diversity issues or concerns relating to sexual orientation at the FBI. Among one of the programs goals is to enhance career development opportunities for LGBTQ+ employees of the FBI, while being able to better educate all employees on sexual orientation issues as well as other diversity matters.
The Honors Internship Program is one of the most competitive internship programs in the nation. An FBI Internship opportunity offers undergraduate and graduate school students throughout the United States an exciting insider’s view of FBI operations, and provides an opportunity to explore the many career opportunities within the FBI.
FBI Interns spend 10 weeks in the summer, from June to August, working side-by-side with FBI employees on a variety of organizational matters that showcase the student’s skills and potential.
Follow this link to the FBI website for more information.