The FBI’s Community Outreach Program supports the Bureau’s investigative mission by working to address multiple interrelated societal problems—including crime, drugs, gangs, terrorism, and violence. Linking community service, prevention, and law enforcement is a national trend spurred by grass roots efforts around the country, and FBI employees have joined this movement, volunteering in a wide variety of community-related efforts.
The 2017 Baltimore Teen Academy is currently accepting applications. All applications must be received by mail, e-mail, or fax no later than Friday, May 26, 2017.
The FBI Baltimore Division’s Teen Academy will be held on Friday, July 21, 2017 from 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Baltimore Division FBI headquarters for high school students, ages 14-18 (freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors).
The Adopt-A-School Program puts FBI special agents and staff members into local schools to mentor and tutor kids.
In most cases, our volunteers create programs to help kids who are “at risk” or disadvantaged learn how to improve academically and become good citizens. They hope, above all, to show kids how to resist bad influences that could lead them to crime, drug use, gang participation, and violence. It goes without saying that our volunteers respect the privacy of the students and
The Baltimore FBI offers public speakers on a limited basis on a variety of topics pertaining to the Bureau’s investigative mission. All requests for speakers must be submitted online a minimum six weeks prior to your presentation date. Requests are subject to availability.