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FBI 2021 Honors Internship Program - Apply Now! (2140 hits)

Discover an insiderís perspective on FBI operations while gaining unparalleled experience with our Honors Internship Program and Collegiate Hiring Initiative. To learn more about these opportunities, explore the sections below.

The application period for the 2021 Honors Internship Program is now open! Our 10-week paid, summer internship for undergraduate and graduate students offers a unique opportunity to learn and work alongside FBI employees while gaining a unique advantage in establishing an exceptional career. Weíre accepting applications until Sept. 30, 2020.

If youíre a graduating senior or have an undergraduate, graduate or PhD degree, the Collegiate Hiring Initiative is the perfect opportunity for you to jump-start your career in a hands-on, supportive team environment. Applications are being accepted until Sept. 30, 2020. Students must graduate by June 2021; recent graduates must have graduated within 24 months of the program date; veterans within 72 months of the program date.

Please note: The FBI will soon be hiring for hundreds of new jobs in the high-tech city of Huntsville, AL, where a new FBI Headquarters facility is under construction at the Redstone Arsenal, a 38,000-acre federal research, development, testing and engineering center thatís expected to be ready for occupancy in early 2021. Future permanent assignments are based on the current needs of the FBI ó and filling positions in Huntsville will be among our most important needs! Please visit our Huntsville page to view upcoming news regarding the FBIís expansion in Huntsville.

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Posted By: Will Moss
Wednesday, September 2nd 2020 at 2:32PM
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