High School Juniors Can Attend FBI Teen Academy for a Day

By: Millie Warren Email
By: Millie Warren Email

SACRAMENTO, CA - Have you ever wanted to see what happens behind the scenes at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)?

On November 22, 2013, a select group of high school juniors (who attends one of the schools within the 34 California counties) will have the opportunity to see behind the scenes at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.

The group of students selected to attend the Fall 2013 class will spend the day meeting FBI personnel, learning what is required to become an agent, what the FBI investigates, how to avoid behaviors that can negatively affect their future, and some pitfalls of online communication, according to an official with the FBI, Sacramento Field Office.

Students can submit their application at Sacramento FBI headquarters either in person or by mail. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, October 25, 2013, according to an official with the FBI, Sacramento Field Office.

Completed applications must include: An application form, a photo release/indemnity form, and a personal essay detailing why the student wants to attend the FBI Teen Academy, including how the experience will benefit the student's community and school.

To see if your student attends a school in one of the 34 California counties, click the link below.


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