Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Questions about getting a security clearance? Come ask a CIA Recruiter!


Prepare Now to Pass Later!

Tuesday, April 26th |  4 - 5 pm | Virtual Event | Register

Many applicants for federal positions, including summer interns and volunteers, undergo a suitability review or a security clearance background check. So…what is a security clearance?

Essentially, a security clearance is a designation by the U.S. government that an individual is allowed to access classified information. There are several levels of clearance (Public Trust, Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret), and the different types of clearance provide the individual varying levels of access to sensitive information.


Nawana H., Mid-Atlantic A Regional Recruiter for the CIA will share details and bust myths about the security clearance process and how you can boost your chances to work with agencies like the FBI, CIA, State Department, and others.

 

Questions? Please contact Gabe Pickett at gpickett@umd.edu.