September 15, 2017

The FBI and ChickTech Host Information Session in Oregon

An FBI intelligence analyst works at a computer.

Women with backgrounds in computer science, engineering, and math are in high demand in today’s economy, but they can also play a crucial role in helping keep our shared community safe for generations to come. The FBI, in partnership with ChickTech Portland, is offering women in Oregon and Southwest Washington a chance to learn more about exciting career opportunities that balance work and family while providing new career challenges.

Women in Tech Information Session

Date: Thursday, October 26th
Time: 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Downtown Portland
Required Registration: Send an e-mail to portlandapplicants@ic.fbi.gov to register no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October 25th. Location information will be provided upon registration.

The FBI family includes more than 30,000 agents, analysts, and other professional staff who work here at home and around the world to protect our communities from terrorism, espionage, cyber attacks, and major criminal threats. We all share the core values of leadership, respect, integrity, and fairness. We understand what it means to act with fairness and to be accountable. We honor the diversity of who we are because we know that having people from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives make us stronger as we work to fulfill our mission to protect and serve the American people.

Join us to learn more about how you can use your education and skills to help us change our shared community for the better!