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					                   The FBI Washington Field Office Volunteer Internship Program

Whatever career path you eventually choose, working as an FBI Intern will be a challenging and unique
experience that you will never forget and one that will benefit you in all your future endea vors.

What would it be like to work with the premier law enforc ement agency in the country? To learn about
advanced Federal Bureau of Investigation (FB I) technologies, methodologies, intelligence gathering, and
beyond? How far, and in what directions, could your talents and interests take you? Now you can learn
the answers to these questions and gain an exclusive insight into a career of a lifetime by applying to the
FBI’s Washington Field Office Volunteer Internship Program.

A special group of outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in the Washington, D.C.
metropolitan area are selected to participate in the Washington Field Office Volunteer Internship Program.
As an intern, you will ex perience an exciting “insider’s view” of FBI operations and have the opportunity to
gain professional experience that is valuable and marketable.

The Washington Field Office Volunteer Internship Program is an opportunity for well-qualified students to
experience what it is like to support the mission of the FBI. The program is designed to provide a unique
working experience to students who are interested in exploring career opportunities related to their
academic studies. The main purpose of this program is to expose students to the FBI field office. Interns
will work on projects that include various components of the FB I: counterterrorism, counterintelligence,
cyber, criminal, information technology, finance, and human resources.

Applications are now being accepted for the FBI Washington Field Office Voluntee r Internship
Program 2010. Act today by postmarking your application by September 28, 2009.

To apply:

If you are interested in applying for the FBI WFO Volunteer Internship Program, please postmark your
application package by Monday, September 28, 2009. A full application package contains the following
completed elements:

   FBI 646C Preliminary Application Volunteer Int ernship Program Academic Certification Form
   Federal Bureau of Investigation Institute Internship Placement Agreement
   Waiver of Compens ation Form
   Personal Resume
   Transcripts–may be non-official
   Statement of Int erest–a 500 word essay expressing student’s interest in the program
   One Passport-sized Photograph

Please address complete application packages to:

FBI Washington Field Office
Attn: Lindsay Wegge
601 4t h Street, NW
Washington, DC 20535

Required Qualifications for Potential Applicants:

Those students who are selected to the WFO Volunt eer Internship Program:

- Must be an undergraduate or graduat e student attending a college or university in the Washington, D.C.
metropolitan area.

- For undergraduate students, must be bet ween their sophomore and senior years, attendin g a college or
university. All students must be enrolled in a college or university, attending full-time or part-time.
- Must be attending a college or university that is accredited by one of the regional or national institutional
associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education.

- Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of a 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale and be in
good standing with their academic institution.

- Must be citizens of the United States.

- Must meet all FBI Employment Requirements, be able to pass an FBI Background Investigation, and
receive a Top Secret Security Clearance.

For questions please contact Linds ay Wegge at (202) 278-2075 or by e-mail at
Lindsay.Wegge@ic. fbi.gov.

U.S. citizenship required. The FBI is an equal opport unity employer.