Career Planning Hosts Information Session with the CIA

| April 15, 2015
Career Planning & Development Center

Career Planning & Development helped students learn about global employment opportunities at the CIA at an April 9 info session.

Students packed room 102 of the East Academic Building for the first “Careers with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)” Information Session hosted by the Career Planning & Development Center on Thursday, April 9.

The Midwest recruiter for the CIA traveled from Chicago to share information on the wide variety of internship and career opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Campus faculty and staff attended an informal Q&A with the recruiter prior to the student session, to strengthen our partnership and better assist students in their job search with the CIA.

Students engaged in a fascinating presentation of the exciting and challenging work of the CIA and its national and global impact.

“Through this event, we allowed our students to ‘crack the code’ of the CIA online job search,” said Trezette Dixon, assistant director of Employer Services. “They had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the recruiter, gain inside knowledge about the application process, and get immediate answers to questions about the agency. These are the events that support our students in their career development and achieving global citizenship.”

For more information on upcoming events, visit the Webster University Career Planning & Development events website.

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