Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives - Jobs
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, within the Department of Justice, has several student employment options in addition to a variety of full-time positions in 10 groupings.
Bureau of Customs and Border Protection - Careers
The Bureau of Customs and Border Protection has over eight major employment groups for full-time positions that include canine enforcement officers and marine enforcement officers among others. Several tests/assessments may be required for various positions, and you can track your status online.
CIA - Employment
The CIA has undergraduate (most are 6months duration) and graduate internship programs. There is now a part-time internship option and an undergraduate scholarship program (with applications for the latter due between 8/1 and 10/15).
Criminal Justice Degree Schools
Explore the field of Criminal Justice with 75+ career profiled along with education requirements, hiring outlook, career articles and interviews. Explore schools, programs and degree options.
Department of State - Career
Employment information for the Bureau of Diplomatic Security can be found within the Department of State employment pages. An online notice anticipates that the announcement for full-time positions will be posted in mid-September, 2004. Global in scope but with domestic opportunities as well, you'll find jobs in five major groupings.
Drug Enforcement Agency - Jobs
The Drug Enforcement Agency is hiring nationwide for full-time positions in seven major employment groupings. A number of support roles are also periodically available, ranging from lab technicians, to administrative assistants, to budget analysts, to attorneys.
Forensic Degree Information
Learn more about career paths in Forensics along with degree options and articles.
National Security Agency - Careers Homepage
They have a wide range of full-time career paths, many involving research and/or technical skills.
United States Secret Service - Jobs
The United States Secret Service has over 125 offices throughout the U.S. and abroad. Visit this website to learn about the protection roles and criminal investigations in which this agency is involved. Information about several full-time employment categories and job or career fairs in which they participate can be found.
US Marshal's Service - Career
The U.S. Marshals Service requires an exam, and information about the test, the duties and qualifications for this full-time occupation. Local contacts for recruitment are also provided.
Call To Serve.Org (a.k.a. Partnership for Public Services)
The "Agency Profiles" section is a great way to get an overview of the breadth and depth of federal government. A note from within the "Internships" section of this site reads, " Federal agencies aren't required to post their student opportunities in one central place, so finding specific internships can get a little tricky." Later, they add, "If you're not finding what you're looking for online, there's always the old fashioned way: picking up the phone and calling the agency you're interested in." Still, this site does a pretty good job of collecting opportunities within the following categories: Executive Branch, State Department, Federal career internships, Smithsonian Institution, Presidential Management Intern (PMI) Program, White House Internships, E-Scholar.
"Your First Click to the US Government" for employment and many other resources.
For federal opportunities, this is your hub. Even in September, 88 positions were listed among a variety of agencies, including: Bureau of the Census, Bureau of Reclamation, Bureau of citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly the INS), USDA (Dept. of Agriculture), National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Defense Information Systems Agency Administrative Office of the US Courts, Department of Justice, Branches of the Armed Services.
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) is a voluntary non-partisan professional association representing approximately 19,000 Federal law enforcement officers and special agents from over fifty-seven agencies of the Federal Government.