The United States Intelligence Community (IC) invites you to attend the sixth annual IC Virtual Career Fair—a free online event—on Thursday, 19 February from noon to 6:00 p.m. (MDT).
Space is limited. To guarantee entrance, pre-registration is highly encouraged. Reserve your spot today!
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about IC careers and get tips on how to apply for positions. From the comfort of your computer or mobile device, you can:
- Visit IC agencies’ virtual booths
- Chat with recruiters and subject matter experts in real-time
- Attend live presentations
- Explore currently available jobs
- Link to IC agency websites to apply to positions online
- Network with other job seekers
Learn more . . .
Bradford J. Bruton, a recently retired and highly experienced intelligence officer will be on campus for two weeks teaching Political Science 379R Introduction to Open Source Intelligence.
Join this former CIA recruiter, now active in the area of federal contracting, on Thursday, 29 January at 2:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB, as he shares insider strategies for students seeking careers in intelligence or federal service.
Rebecca P. Edwards, a member of the House of Representatives for the State of Utah, will share her career insights on Thursday, 4 December at 4:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB as the final Political Affairs Lectures Series this fall.
Representative Edwards (R) currently serves in the Utah State House of Representatives, where she chairs the Economic Development and Workforce Services Standing Committee.
She serves on numerous boards including the Intergovernmental Roundtable, Capitol Preservation Board, and KUED.
Her past work experience includes Outpatient Family Therapist and Emergency Room Trauma Coordinator at LDS Hospital.
Edwards has had extensive volunteer experience, which includes Days of 47 Parade, PTA, and Primary Children’s Hospital.
She received an MS in marriage and family therapy and an MS in social work, both from BYU.
Edwards and her husband, John, are the parents of four children and three grandchildren.
A workshop sponsored by the Foreign Service Student Organization featuring political officer Kyler Kronmiller will take place on Wednesday, 3 December at 4:00 p.m. in B135 JFSB.
Kronmiller is assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Rabat, Morocco, where he lives with his wife and children. His previous post was in Jerusalem.
Prior to joining the Foreign Service, he worked in the International Law Library at the Library of Congress.
Kronmiller received a BA in international law and diplomacy, with an emphasis in European and Middle East studies, from Brigham Young University (2001) and an MS in strategic studies and international economics, with an emphasis in the Middle East, from the School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins (2004).
His early years were spent in Boise, Idaho, but his family moved several times with his father’s military work.
Join us Thursday, 20 November at 4:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB for the Political Affairs Lecture Series.
This week the focus is on graduate school and will feature Will Matheson, MBA; Joshua James, JD/MPA; and Amy West, JD.
Q&A will follow their presentations.