US Drug Enforcement Administration Minority Student Forum
Thursday, April 18 at 11:00am to 3:00pm
The Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA), Equal Employment Opportunity Staff, Minority College Relations Program is sponsoring a Student Forum.
The event will target undergraduate and graduate students from minority colleges and universities as well as institutions for individuals with disabilities. This forum will provide students the opportunity to gain first-hand information from a panelist of DEA employees and guest speakers. Breakout sessions will also be held with representatives from other federal agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, United States Secret Service, and Transportation Security Administration.
DEA -- where every job is challenging and every mission is valued. As the world’s leading drug enforcement agency, DEA offers rewarding career opportunities in a variety of disciplines. These career opportunities include:
- Special Agent*
- Intelligence Research Specialist*
- Diversion Investigator*
- Forensic Chemist*
- Professional and Administrative Career Opportunities
- Core Series Positions*
*Sign language interpreters will be provided.
Learn more about DEA Careers at:
For Additional Information or a Special Accommodation contact...
DEA Contact – Angela Marlo Coleman, Minority College Relations Program Manager at (202) 307-8404, (202) 560-6905 or Angela.M.Coleman@usdoj.gov.
Bowie State Contact – Marcia K. Thompson, Esq., Faculty, Criminal Justice at (301) 860-3173 or email@example.com.
MARC Accessible – Bowie State Station, MARC Penn Line between Washington, D.C., Baltimore, MD and Perryville, MD. Free parking is also available on the campus.
Please register at the website provided.
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