FBI Jacksonville Now Hiring Interns
Honors Internship Program Starts Summer 2017
The FBI Jacksonville Division is now accepting applications for the summer 2017 Honors Internship Program, a 10-week, full-time, paid internship for college undergraduate and graduate students. Through this highly competitive program, interns work side-by-side with employees on a variety of projects including analyzing crime data and supporting FBI operations across the country.
The FBI is interested in applicants from a wide range of academic programs, including accounting, finance, foreign language, human resources, information technology, journalism, law, and all STEM programs. The most competitive applicants are strong analytical thinkers, are flexible, take initiative, demonstrate good judgment, and have excellent written and oral communications skills. FBI representatives interview and select qualified candidates based on their academic achievements, area of study, life and work experiences, and the current needs of the FBI.
To apply for the FBI Honors Internship Program, applicants must:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Attend college full-time
- Maintain a minimum 2.95 GPA
- Pass all FBI background investigation requirements to qualify for Top Secret security clearance
- Meet additional requirements as outlined
The FBI Honors Internship Program is for students who will graduate after the summer 2017 semester. Students who graduate prior to summer 2017 may apply for a variety of entry-level positions through the FBI’s Collegiate Hiring Initiative. Both application processes are open until October 14, 2016.
Additional information can be found on FBIJobs.gov.