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  • CIA Specialist - Do you have strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills? The CIA may be for you.
  • Contracting Officer - Meet Adam. He obtains a variety of products and services on behalf of GSA and all the other federal agencies.
  • Department of State for Youth - The State Department has embassies in more than 190 countries; find out how you can prepare for an exciting career as a diplomat or foreign service officer.
  • Diplomat - Careers at the State Department - Do you find the life of a diplomat interesting but don't know where to begin? You may just find what you're looking for.
  • Dog Trainer - Meet Bridget. She's a canine handler with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. She trains dogs to search and find illegal drugs.
  • FBI Agent - Special Agents have many different responsibilities, including community outreach, investigation, and continuous training. Learn what one particular day in the life of an Agent.
  • FBI Investigates a Spy - Special Agents have been investigating and catching spies for over 60 years! A spy is a person who keeps secret watch on another person or thing to get information.
  • Federal Wildlife Officer - Meet Gabriel. He is an officer that protects wildlife for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Learn about his tools and what he does on patrol.
  • Human Capital Management Specialist - Meet Celia. She works for the Congressional Research Service as a recruitment coordinator.
  • Judge - Judges are in charge of trials; they make sure that trials are fair and they resolve differences between lawyers.
  • Marine Pilot - Meet Captain Pete Benning. He talks about what it's like to be a pilot and how to prepare for a mission.
  • Police Officer - Police officers protect lives and property.
  • Program Analyst - Meet Allison. She works for EPA and creates interactive maps which makes the more understandable.

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