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FBI Seeks Local High School Juniors

Are you a high school junior who is curious about the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)?  Do you wonder if what you see on TV about the FBI is real? If so, FBI Public Affairs Specialist, Gina Swankie says the Sacramento FBI has an opportunity that is custom made for you: the Spring 2014 FBI Teen Academy.
Click here to listen to FBI Specialist Gina Swankie

Swankie says the Teen Academy provides a real world perspective about what the FBI does. The academy provides time for participants to meet with the FBI recruiter to learn what it takes to become an agent as well as some hands on activities.*
Click here to listen to FBI Specialist Gina Swankie

The Academy experience also covers how to avoid behaviors that can negatively impact their futures.

The Spring 2014 Sacramento FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, April 11, 2014.  Application packages are available online now and must be received at Sacramento FBI headquarters by post or hand delivery by the Friday, March 7, 2014 deadline.

Students  must also complete an essay detailing why he or she wants to attend the class and what benefit the experience will have for the student’s community and school.

Successful candidates are responsible for transportation to and from class and any other personal arrangements that may be necessary for attendance.

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