Below you will find links to job posting and opportunities by employers who wish to hire Veterans.

  1. FBI Information Session 10/11/2017
    • The FBI’s Collegiate Hiring Initiative is now accepting applications.

      Career Opportunities for Political Science, Business, Math, and Statistic Majors:

      Visit: for FAQ and how to apply.

      Applications for the 2018 Collegiate Hiring Initiative opened on August 25th, 2017 and will close on October 15th, 2017.


      Operational Support Technician – You’re driven, flexible, and able take on anything that comes your way. As an Operational Support Technician, you’ll do whatever is needed to help your squad get it done – from coordinating surveillance activities and working in a command center, to collaborating with coworkers across the office to get the resources your team needs. Operational Support Technicians are the backbone of the FBI, and take on assignments ranging from program analysis and administrative support, to operational coordination. Working in one of our 56 field offices across the country, you’ll get deep exposure to the inner workings of an FBI squad, and form deep connections along the way.


      Computer Scientist – Have you dreamed about developing tools and platforms that save lives? As a Computer Scientist, you’ll work directly with Special Agents and Intelligence Analysts to develop and implement tools, techniques and procedures to address unique investigative situations. Computer Scientists do everything from analyzing and preserving digital evidence, to testing and applying technical and analytical innovations, to building virtual computing environments and isolated analysis networks. You’ll have the opportunity to be innovative, test and learn, and use your creativity and engineering skills in this essential role that directly impacts the FBI’s mission.


      Data Analyst – As a native in the world of big data, you’re trained to see trends and solve problems. Data Analysts work directly with investigative teams to uncover patterns and guide next steps. Your work might include managing and conditioning data for long-term use and retention, normalizing data sets, and identifying patterns for use in investigative planning. You’ll use quantitative and qualitative techniques and tools to help investigative teams get the results they need to move forward.

      Electronics Technician – You may not know it, but Electronics Technicians are central to the FBI’s ability to respond to crisis. Electronics Technicians perform critical work on communication systems – enabling a Special Agent to save a child’s life, or averting a terrorist attack. As an Electronics Technician, you may be installing or performing corrective maintenance on a variety of FBI systems, but your work will ensure the safety of the American people.


      Forensic Accountant – One of the most vital and sought-after careers in the FBI, Forensic Accountants solve complex investigative challenges by using their expansive knowledge of financial processes to plan, coordinate and direct the financial aspects of investigations in conjunction with Special Agents, prosecuting attorneys and partners. As a Forensic Accountant, you can expect to unravel complex financial fraud schemes and assist in the prosecution of those committing financial crimes.


      IT Specialist (General) – As an IT Specialist, you’ll help FBI employees solve critical issues and enable them to get the job done. You’ll be a critical resource on technology and information, and will configure, analyze, adapt, and develop new processes and systems to ensure the FBI’s technical capabilities continue to improve. You’ll have opportunities nationwide, but consider applying to our Washington, DC headquarters location if you have the following expertise and interests:

      • Cloud Engineering
      • Database Administration
      • Software Engineering
      • Big Data Technology
      • Platform/Site Reliability Engineering


      IT Specialist – Forensic Examiner (ITS-FE) – As an ITS-FE, you’ll be exposed to a new world of information technology, and have the chance to work on unique investigations with partners across the United States. ITS-FEs use their technical capabilities scientifically, by applying rigor and process to the evaluation, preservation, and collection of digital evidence. You’ll be part of your field office’s Computer Analysis Response Team, an elite group of technical experts, and have the opportunity to work not only on FBI investigations, but those of our partners as well.


      To apply for the Collegiate Hiring Initiative, applicants must:

      • Have U.S. Citizenship.
      • Attend/have attended a college or university full-time as an undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctorate student.
        • Recent graduates must have graduated within 24 months of the program date or 72 months for veterans.
        • Upcoming graduates must graduate by June of the program start year (for example, for the 2018 Collegiate Hiring Initiative, students must graduate by June 2018).
      • Have and maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) or better at the time of application and through graduation.
      • Pass all of the FBI employment background investigation requirements and be able to receive a Top Secret security clearance.

      Applications for the 2018 Collegiate Hiring Initiative opened on August 25th, 2017 and will close on October 15th, 2017.

      Visit: for FAQ and how to apply.