Meet the Community Coach

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Brianna Bennett

Assistant Director, Employer Engagement
(Career Coach)

Jenny Noyce

Associate Director, Experiential Education
  • Do you consider yourself to be ambitious, resilient, or optimistic? 
  • Are you interested in learning about developing public policy or addressing issues through governmental initiatives? 
  • Does it sound like fun to argue legal issues or lead a civic improvement project? 
  • Could you see yourself working for a city, state, or federal agency or non-profit organization?

Careers in this community focus on public affairs, politics, and serving the community.

Law (jobs prior to/instead of law school)

  • Clerks Office in Local County
  • Law Enforcement
    • Police, Sheriff, State Dept
    • FBI, Homeland Security
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Paralegal
  • Research or Policy Analyst
  • Victim Advocate
  • Arbitrator

Law Enforcement

  • City Police Department
  • County Sheriffs Office
  • Transit Authority Police
  • School District Police
  • Housing Authority Police
  • District Attorneys' Office Investigators
  • Airport Police
  • Harbor Police
  • State Police
  • Corrections Officer
  • Residential Officer
  • Parole Officer
  • Highway Patrol
  • Border Patrol Agents
  • Customs Officer
  • Crime Scene Investigator
  • FBI
  • Homeland Security
  • Intelligence Agent


  • Affirmative Action Officer
  • Campaign Manager
  • Community Organizer
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Legislative Aide
  • Legislator
  • Political Correspondent
  • Pollster

Additional Areas

  • Activist
  • Archivist
  • Demographics Analyst
  • Historian
  • International Development Coordinator
  • Nonprofit Manager
  • Policy Analyst
  • Program Evaluator
  • Public Administrator
  • Public Affairs Coordinator
  • Research Associate
  • Trade Specialist


Check out Exploring Majors & Careers page (scroll to What Can I Do With This Major?).

See what Hawkeyes in your college/major are doing after graduation using  interactive post-graduation dashboards.  

The Occupational Outlook Handbook and O*Net contain information on duties, education and training, pay and job outlook. 

Go Government

Careers in Sociology

American Political Science Association

Want to put your interests to good use? Join with other students who share them. Discover student organizations which relate to law and public service at the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership. You can browse the database by letter or search by keyword or name for locating student organizations.

Some examples of organizations that may be of interest are:

Sociology Club

Mock Trial

Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Society

Undergraduate Political Science Association

Pi Sigma Alpha

Amnesty International

UI Student Government

Student United Way

United Nations Association


If you don’t want to join a club or don’t have the time, you can find and activities events related to your interests via After Class.


Check out student employment, internships & post-graduation full-time jobs in Handshake.  Employers targeting University of Iowa students & alumni use this recruiting system to connect with you!


Finding opportunities to launch your career is a skill of its own.  We also have tips for the search process for volunteeringinternships, and jobs on other parts of our site and encourage you to make a career advising appointment. 


Gaining Experience

American Political Science Association: Internship Resources
U.S Department of State Pathways Programs
U.S. Office of Personnel Management Internship and Pathways Programs

American Bar Association

The Washington Center


Intelligence Careers

UI Research Teams and Summer Policy Institute

Job Search

American Evaluation Association

Careers in Government

Discover Criminal Justice

International Job Search

State of Iowa

Lobbying Jobs

Police One

Political Job Hunt
Public Affairs Council Job Board

Public Service Careers

U. S. Department of State

Work for Good

Devex: Global Development Job Board

Impactpool: International Development & Relief

Professional organizations are a great way to explore, prepare, experience, and achieve your career interests and goals!

  • Explore - Learn what people in the industry do, talk about, and take action on
  • Prepare - Learn about job titles, companies, and organizational/thought leaders
  • Experience - Check out resources, including specialized job boards and LinkedIn groups to locate mentors and job shadowing/informational interview opportunities
  • Achieve - Polish your professional image by taking an active part in your industry’s association. Reach your goals through networking and the professional development opportunities your association provides.

Plus, professional associations often offer discounted memberships to students!

Alliance for Nonprofit Management

American Association of Language Specialists

American Bar Association

American Evaluation Association

American Political Science Association

American Association of Political Consultants

American Society for Public Administration

American Sociological Association

Association for Policy Analysis and Management

Engaging Local Government Leaders                        

Go Law Enforcement

Grant Professionals Association

International Association for Community Development

State & Federal Government Associations

Learn About Careers from Real Life Professionals provides an easy and effective way to explore careers and learn about job search strategies through thousands of 1-2 minute video clips

Employment Attorney

Environmental Program Manager

Nonprofit Director

Handshake Postings for Law & Public Service


Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: City of Milwaukee Expires: 04/08/2023 The Permits and Communications Specialist assists with public information dissemination and community relations related to permit desk activities for the Department of Public Works (DPW).ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSPermits ProcessingReview and process applications for permits, including payment transactions.Act as a liaison between DPW Administrative Services and other divisions within DPW.Assist in processing open records requests for the DPW.Participate in the negotiation of event contracts and service arrangements; collect and compile data to present outcomes of events to elected officials and to management.Special EventsAssist in setting up events, including coordinating barricades or cones for block parties.Represent the DPW at planning meetings for special events.Assist in preparing necessary permits for special events.Develop and monitor event timelines to ensure that deadlines are met for internal and external customers.We welcome qualified individuals with disabilities who are interested in employment and will make reasonable accommodations during the hiring process in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, as amended by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008.CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENTPlease be advised that new employees are required to have received either both doses of the Moderna or Pfizer or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine prior to their employment start date or have an approved religious or medical accommodation prior to their employment start date. You can find further information relative to the City’s Covid-19 Vaccination Policy here.MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSBachelor’s degree in a related field such as journalism, communications, business administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university.Two years of experience in public relations, public information, or working with groups of people planning and producing special events.Valid driver’s license at the time of appointment and throughout employment.Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered.CURRENT SALARYThe current salary range (Pay Range 2FX) is $50,636 - $70,347, and the resident incentive salary range for City of Milwaukee residents is $52,155-$72,458. Appointment above the minimum is possible based upon level of experience and other qualifications and is subject to approval.The City of Milwaukee provides a comprehensive benefit program. For full details of the benefits offered by the City of Milwaukee, please visit PROCESSTHE SELECTION PROCESS will be job related and will consist of one or more of the following: an evaluation of education, experience and/or responses to supplemental questions; a written or performance test, a structured interview, or other assessment methods. The Department of Employee Relations reserves the right to call only the most qualified candidates to structured interviews and performance examinations. Structured interviews may include written exercises. Selection process component weights will be determined by further analysis of the job.The City of Milwaukee values and encourages diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.

Police Community Relations Specialist at Roseville Police Department

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: Roseville Police Department Expires: 04/03/2023 Position Summary & ScopeJob Summary:Under the supervision of the Deputy Police Chief, the Police Community Relations Specialist is responsible for assisting with the planning and implementation of community relations engagement and outreach and other city-wide communications activities. This position’s primary responsibilities include writing, print and graphic communications, and assisting with building and maintaining relationships with members of the community and general communications functions of the Police Department.Scope of Responsibility:The Police Community Relations Specialist reports to the Deputy Police Chief and is directly or indirectly responsible for managing written/print communication efforts, and supporting the engagement, outreach and general communication needs for the Police Department. This includes both visual and written communication, website maintenance, and providing minimal graphic design and video editing. This position assists with community events and community relations as directed by the Deputy Police Chief. This position will apply professional principles and judgment to assist with the planning, operations, and administration of the branding, marketing, outreach, engagement and communications of the Police Department, while providing accurate, effective, informative, and timely public information to internal staff, the news media, residents, and businesses that furthers the City's commitment and vision for informative, equitable and responsive government. Essential Duties & Responsibilities1. Community Relations:Assists with identifying and cultivating relationships with members of the community at the direction of the Deputy Police Chief.Assists with organizing and coordinating engagement and outreach efforts. Responds to inquiries from community members and other interested parties.  2. Operations:Oversees production and distribution of communication materials and informal publications including flyers, brochures, letters, articles, press releases and other materials. Works closely with the Deputy Police Chief on content for the website and social and digital platforms. Responsible for maintaining and updating web content and social media communications. Provides support and review in generating department reports and grants.Oversees community surveys. 3. Communications: Provides support and review for department for communication needs both written and visual.Implements marketing and branding principles in the Police Department, and ensures consistency of message.Works with the department in gathering, preparing and disseminating information to the media at the direction of the Deputy Police Chief.Monitors, tracks and measures communication efforts. Creates and develops annual reports on effectiveness of communication strategies. Works with vendors related to cable tv broadcast and other items.Creates, produces and distributes a wide variety of graphics, desktop publishing, and original design creation (i.e. web pages, newsletters, ads, brochures, other collateral materials).Creates content for various digital platforms (electronic newsletters, digital presentations, interactive storytelling, photos, audio, video, etc.). 4. EngagementCollaborates with police staff, city departments and stakeholders to promote and enhance levels of community engagement.Assists with community events and community organizations at the direction of the Deputy Police Chief.Tracks, monitors and reports on engagement activities. Performs other duties as apparent or assigned.Skills & QualificationsKnowledge, Skills, & Abilities:Demonstrates strong writing and editing skills.Knowledge of journalism and media techniques that provide a basis for reaching specific targeted audiences.Knowledge of and experience in utilizing best practices for public engagement. Skill in the use of graphic design software, and website content management and creation, including HTML. Knowledge and experience in basic photography and Photoshop for use in public information.Excellent communications and relationship skills both orally and in written format using tact, sensitivity and understanding of diverse audiences to build trusting and cooperative relationships. Ability to work tactfully and effectively with the public, elected officials, City employees, and outside agencies.Ability to work flexible hours including some nights and weekends.Proven ability to communicate effectively with culturally diverse audiences.Ability to engage communities and develop relationships with key stakeholders.Knowledge of analytic tracking and measuring success in communication efforts.Minimum Qualifications:The City of Roseville is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in our workforce. The City seeks to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to work. We are focused on equity and believe that diversity brings a unique and important perspective to the work we do. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  Minimum job requirements are a four-year degree in Non-Profit Management, Journalism, Communications, Marketing, Public Affairs, Public Relations, Criminal Justice or related field and 3 years of related experience working with the public, or the equivalent. Physical Demands & Work ConditionsThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The work environment and conditions described below is representative of what the Police Community Relations Specialist may encounter while performing the essential functions of the job. Most of the duties are performed in a normal office environment although there is exposure to disagreeable elements such as angry customers, and varying levels of stress. Limited lifting of twenty-five pounds or less is required up to 15% of the time. Work hours or schedule may vary occasionally to accomplish responsibilities or attend events or meetings and there is occasional travel within the City or region to attend meetings. The Police Community Relations Specialist is responsible for diverse, varied technical and complex matters, many of which have deadlines and require significant attention to detail. Up to 45% of the time, work is performed at the highest level of detail and pressure of deadlines.  

Program Coordinator at Austin Public Library

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: Austin Public Library Expires: 04/21/2023 Program CoordinatorAustin Public Library Austin, Texas 78701$24.42 - $28.65 per hourJob Close: 04/21/2023 Application link: Position Description:This position will serve as a program coordinator for Austin Public Library’s newly created Innovation Lab and Lounge. This space will be a digital makerspace for the public using video, music, podcasting, and other mediums. Minimum Skill/Qualifications:Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to the job, plus three (3) years of experience in a field related to the job.Experience may substitute for education up to a maximum of four (4) years. Preferred Qualifications:Experience in customer service in a shared learning environmentExperience in planning, developing, and implementing programsExperience in STEAM-based programmingExperience in AR and VRKnowledge of new and innovative technologies and digital makerspacesDuties, Functions, and Responsibilities:Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.1.     Develop and implement a variety of programs, projects and activities.2.     Coordinate with existing organizations to address community economic or social service needs.3.     Conduct needs assessments and meets with community residents, leaders and community groups to identify needs and available resources.4.     Collaborate with other organizations to plan and develop programs and activities or improve coordination of existing services.5.     Research funding sources, develop short and long-range plans, and compile informational reports.6.     Serve as City representative before community groups, businesses and/or the media.7.     Recruit, train, and supervise volunteers.8.     Assists in the development and monitoring of project and/or program budgets.9.     Assists in the development of short/long-range plans.10.  Assists in the development and implementation of operating policies and Procedures.11.  Ensures compliance with city and other regulatory agency requirements and policies.Responsibilities- Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised:  May provide leadership, work assignments, evaluation, training, and guidance to others. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.Knowledge of applicable processes, techniques, and methods.Knowledge of city practice, policy, and procedures.Skill in handling conflict and uncertain situations.Skill in handling multiple tasks and prioritizing.Skill in using computers and related software applications.Skill in data analysis and problem-solving.Skill in conducting presentations on behalf of a public entity.Ability to establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with city employees and the public.Ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities.Ability to train others. 

Amana Summer Events Internship 2023 at Amana Colonies Festivals Inc

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: Amana Colonies Festivals Inc Expires: 04/28/2023 Summer Events Internship DescriptionPosition Type: Part time, InternshipCompensation: Stipend internship positionJob Description: Under the direction of the Event Coordinator, the Events Intern will assist with event and festival general responsibilities including but not limited to: On site assistant to the Events Coordinator at events and festivals, on-site event execution including setup and teardown, supply organization, general office assistance, social media marketing assistance.We are seeking individuals looking for hands-on experience in event management. The intern will develop their skills in non-profit event management, marketing, planning and execution, and volunteer recruitment. This position requires candidates to assist in Amana Colonies Wurst Festival, June 17th, and Oktoberfest Sept 29 - Oct 1st. In addition, the intern will be responsible for planning and executing, with the direction and oversight of the Events Coordinator, Bike Ride of Iowa County (BRIC) August 12th and Paddle the Iowa August 19th, to receive their full stipend as compensation for participation in this Internship.  Qualifications: Applicants must have basic social media, computer, and organization skills. Knowledge of Google Docs, Canva, Facebook and Instagram, Gmail, and other digital event tools is a plus. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are expected and a strong academic record (GPA 2.5 or better) is preferred. This is a public facing position, good interpersonal skills are required, along with flexibility, punctuality, and an interest in learning. Documents Required: Please submit a 1 page cover letter with a current date resume to Dana Jensen at Please include your weekday availability. Desired Start Date: May 2022 Hours: Estimated 8-16 hours/ week. Remote work during the week is possible with prior approval. Some weekends are requiredPlease send questions to: events@amanacolonies.comDana Jensen, Events ManagerAmana Colonies Festivals Inc.

DOI Bureau of Indian Affairs - Office of Justice Services Recruiting at the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow (Albuquerque) at U.S. Department of the Interior - Indian Affairs

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: U.S. Department of the Interior - Indian Affairs - Indian Affairs Expires: 04/30/2023 Interested in a career in Public Safety & Justice?  Come visit with the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Office of Justice Services during the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow in Albuquerque, NM from April 27-29, 2023.Stop by our booth to learn about current and future opportunities. Ready to apply? Bring a resume and meet with on-site recruiters! Learn more at:

Program Analyst at U.S. Department of State

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: U.S. Department of State Expires: 03/27/2023 This position is located in the Privacy Staff, Global Information Services, Bureau of Administration (A/GIS/PRV), in the U.S. Department of State. A/GIS/PRV is responsible for ensuring compliance with Federal privacy mandates and raising awareness of privacy policies and procedures by implementing best practices in this area.Participates in Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) reviews designed to identify risks to personal information and to recognize opportunities for minimizing unauthorized collection of personally identifiable information (PII). Assists with analysis, evaluation, and integration of review findings, as well as learns to identify and recommend potential solutions designed to enhance overall Departmental management of personally identifiable information (PII). Provides privacy program advice and guidance to various Department customers. Participates in reviews of existing business processes in terms of appropriateness of sharing PII information. Assists in identifying areas where management would be effective in promoting awareness of privacy principles and related policy requirements.

Probation Parole Officer I at Sixth Judicial District Dept of Correctional Services

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: Sixth Judicial District Dept of Correctional Services Expires: 03/27/2023 JOB VACANCY NOTICE  DATE POSTED: MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2023DATE CLOSED: MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2023JOB TITLE: Probation Parole Officer I BARGAINING UNIT: AFSCMESALARY GRADE: 25                                     SALARY RANGE: $1,811.20 - $2,707.20 bi-weeklySUPERVISOR/LOCATION: Jennifer Geiger/Faches Center HOURS: 5:30am - TBD Daily ending time will be flexible and dependent on workload.  Schedule will be rotating days.  GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:Supervision of persons ordered to probation or pre-trial release, with special emphasis on pretrial caseloads. Responsibilities will include assessment of pretrial defendants and prepares bond information for the court by utilizing risk assessments or pretrial report documents. Employee is responsible for collaborating with offender support systems and treatment providers to establish a framework of supportive services and development of protective factors. Employee may facilitate weekly educational/cognitive-based classes with fidelity as the pretrial schedule permits, including preparation and familiarity with classroom material. The majority of work will be conducted in Linn County, however, assessments & pretrial interviews may be done in the other sixth judicial counties we serve.  EDUCATION AND EXPEREINCE REQUIREMENTS:Minimum qualifications require graduation from a 4-year accredited college or university; OR two years of college (minimum of 48 hours) and two years human services/criminal justice experience; OR an equivalent combination of related education and/or human service/criminal justice experience to equal four years. Thirty-six months of satisfactory employment as a Residential Officer in a district or a similar position in another jurisdiction or agency.  SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:*Valid driver’s license*Flexible work schedule to include weekends and holidays INSTRUCTIONS:  Please complete an application on the District website at   The application and resume must be submitted by the closing date listed above. EEO/AA EMPLOYER 

DC Homeland Security Paid Summer Internship at DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency Expires: 04/20/2023 HSEMA's internship program provides real-world knowledge and experience in emergency management, homeland security efforts, public affairs, and intelligence analysis. Our internship program seeks qualified graduate and undergraduate students who are majoring in a wide-variety of fields. A highly qualified applicant will possess the following: self-motivation, attention to detail, critical thinking skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.The application period is Monday, March 20 through Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 11:59 pm EST. Any applications submitted after this period will not be considered. HSEMA's summer internship session runs from Monday, June 12 through Friday August 18, 2023. Additional details about the internship opportunities we have available are found in the advertisements below. Please send any questions regarding the internship program to hsema.internship@dc.govPLEASE BE SURE TO APPLY USING THE EXTERNAL Portal. You can access the portal via

Economist Trainee (Virtual) ERS FED Summer 2023 at USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS)

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Employer: USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Expires: 04/23/2023 Workplace CultureAt USDA, we are recommitting ourselves to the values of equity and inclusion rooted in justice and equal opportunity for our employees and those we serve. Job Description Intern will organize food purchase data for the National School Lunch Program by food type and year and then summarize them. Duties include:Identify foods by productGroup food by type, e.g., red/orange vegetablesSum the food types by States and yearContrast differences in food type acquisitions across States and yearsSummarize findings in a brief summary report. Location: Virtual Hours per week: 40 Preferred majors:EconomicsAgricultural EconomicsData SciencePublic Policy Desired Skills:Knowledge of data analysis methods and basic statistics.Good knowledge of ExcelAbility to communicate clearly.Nice to have but not necessary: -Familiarity with STATA and SAS Supervision:Interns will report to the Economic Research Service Food Economics DivisionInterns will receive guidance and feedback from supervisor daily, weekly, or as needed.Interns formal evaluation are completed at the following segments of the internship session, Mid-term and Final Performance Evaluation. Requirements Conditions of EmploymentYou must be a US Citizen or US National.Must be in good academic standing as defined by their academic institution.Satisfactory Background investigation and/or fingerprint check.The position is renewable, based upon effective performance, availability of funds, and program needs, with the possibility of a multiple-year appointment. General Information About USDA and HACUFor the past 27 years, USDA has partnered with HACU to provide internship opportunities for hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students. These internships provide valuable professional experience for students while also exposing students to the important work that is done at USDA. The students also make significant contributions to the sub-agencies.This partnership with HACU represents a larger USDA strategy aimed at ensuring a diverse, prepared, and competitive workforce that is vital to establishing a sustainable agricultural future. As a result of their positive internship experiences and supportive and inclusive culture at USDA, many former HACU students are now members of the USDA permanent workforce.


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Environment and Sustainability Career Trek - Dubuque, IA

Friday, March 24, 2023 7:30am to 4:30pm
We are hitting the road and traveling to Dubuque, Iowa, for a full day of visits with organizations that value sustainability! Visits include the Mississippi River Museum, Sustainable Dubuque, and Eagle Point Solar. Lunch and transportation are provided! Agenda: 7:30 a.m.: Depart from Lot 9 7:30-9:15 a.m.: Travel to Dubuque 9:15-10:30 a.m.: Visit with Mississippi River Museum; Location: 350 E. Third St., Dubuque, Iowa 52001 10:30-10:45 a.m.: Travel time 10:45 a.m.-noon: City of Dubuque...

Pro Football Hall of Fame "Before the Snap" ft. Alex Farkas

Friday, March 24, 2023 11:00am to 12:00pm
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is proud to offer a series for learners in high school, college and beyond! “Before the Snap” gives an insight to professional careers in and around the NFL, while giving the live viewing audience the opportunity to interact with an industry expert. Our special guest is Alex Farkas, the Lead Producer in Creative Branding for the Los Angeles Chargers. We will be streaming the program LIVE on the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s YouTube page and will take questions from...

Virtual All Majors Career Fair

Tuesday, March 28, 2023 1:00pm to 4:00pm
This fair will focus on recruiting students pursuing any and all majors! All students are invited to attend! There will be a variety of industries of employers represented. Visit: for more details.
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Information Session - Internships & Scholarships with CIA

Tuesday, March 28, 2023 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
* No RSVP needed. Contact Joanna Halsch ( with any questions. Come join CIA Representatives to learn about the mission of the Central Intelligence Agency and the variety of undergraduate and graduate internship opportunities available. The presentation will include details about application processes and suggestions for making yourself competitive for employment, including tips for writing cover letters and résumés, and preparing for an interview with CIA. All...
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Information Session - Careers with the Central Intelligence Agency

Tuesday, March 28, 2023 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
*No RSVP required. Please contact Joanna Halsch in career services with any questions ( Explore what a career with the Central Intelligence Agency might look like for you! With over 150 different occupations, you may be surprised at the traditional and nontraditional ways you can put your degree and personal experiences to use in an exciting career in national security. CIA representatives will share an overview of the Agency's mission and explore the many roles...
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