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American University's School of Public Affairs and the FBI are coming together to host a first-of-its-kind event exploring a day in the life of a cyber squad at the FBI. Come learn about the different technical career paths at the FBI from people that live it every day. Learn how a special agent, staff operations specialist, and computer scientist work together to solve a case and about their careers with the FBI and the different skills and experiences they developed to get where they are. They will offer insight into the different technical career paths offered by the FBI and tips for future applicants. Please register to join us at this unique virtual event.
Moderated by Diana Burley, American University Vice Provost for Research, SPA Professor Public Administration and Policy
Webster Smith, FBI Special Agent
Liz Patron, FBI Staff Operations Specialist
Val Mazars De Mazarin, FBI Computer Scientist
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