FBI Is Now Accepting Teens For A New “Project”
(LibertySons.org) – The FBI El Paso field office in Texas is offering a program for teens who want to learn more about what it’s like to work in the agency. Students in local public or private schools, or those who homeschool, can attend. The program will run from June 6 to June 10, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m daily.
The FBI El Paso Field Office is accepting applications for the FBI El Paso Teen Academy. 🔍https://t.co/YQrVuOIvZP
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During the program, teens will attend lectures and presentations on topics related to law enforcement activities FBI agents undertake, such as intelligence analysis, SWAT operations, interview techniques, executing arrests, and polygraph examinations. Special agents will also work with the students, and attendees will learn more about the inner workings of the FBI, including day-to-day operations.
The agency has an application for students interested in the program. They must provide personal details, information about their school activities, and parental data. Also, students must write an essay, and they need to turn in their complete application packets by May 13.
The FBI doesn’t guarantee admission to all applicants. A panel will evaluate each student’s information. The agency hopes that teens will be able to understand the way the FBI operates and how it works to serve the community.
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