Are you fascinated by a career with the FBI, but you’re not sure if you’ve got what it takes, or if once inside you’ll determine that it may not be for you? SA Karen Leck from FBI’s Boston Field Office will give an overall view of the career opportunities with the FBI, to include automatic disqualifiers to employment, our current drug policy, as well as the minimum requirements and testing and training processes for our various positions.
The good news for students is that there is an outstanding way to get an inside perspective on how the FBI works, as well as gaining valuable experience that can look great on a resume or lead to a career right after you graduate. These experiences are available through FBI internship programs. Analli Torres, Intern Coordinator for the FBI’s Boston Field Office, will provide an overview of the Honors Internship Program and will delve into the program’s requirements and application/interview process. The deadline is approaching on October 17th. Come and ask your questions.
Karen Leck, Special Agent from FBI’s Boston Field Office
SA Karen Leck has been a FBI Special Agent for 17.5 years. She has spent approximately 14 years of her career investigating Public Corruption. She is currently the Boston Division Recruiter and handles recruiting for all FBI positions
Analli Torres, Human Resources Assistant from FBI’s Boston Field Office
Analli Torres is a Human Resources Assistant and the Intern Coordinator for the FBI’s Boston Field Office. Previously an FBI Honors intern. She graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology.
Who Can Attend:
Open only to InfraGard members and their guests.