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What Does the FBI do?
The FBI or Federal Bureau of Investigation has been protecting the
United States public for almost a hundred years. Whether it be in the
lawless 20’s or the Post Watergate era the FBI was still ensuring domestic
security. This paper will show how the FBI throughout history has insured
the Domestic Tranquillity in the United States and has insured that its
Officers are the cleanest Americans and some of the more educated
Americans do to the application process.
The application process of the FBI is very difficult first you have
never had anything to do with drugs i.e. selling, being a convicted drug
offender. But they are leaneint on the use of marijuana their policy is no
using more than 15 times in your life or use of it 3 years prior to applying to
the FBI. “An applicant who has sold any illegal drug for profit at any time
will be found unsuitable for employment.”1 This allows the FBI to have no
corrupt agents coming in. The FBI has a special honorship internship
program. “The Honors Internship Program will begin approximately on the
first Monday in June and will terminate approximately on the third Friday in
August.”2 This just happens to fall into the FBI’s application window also.
“All expenses for Interns traveling to and from Washington, D.C. to
participate in this program will be reimbursed by the FBI.”3 This makes for

a easier descision for a intern to come to Washington D.C just knowing that
all of their travel expenses to and from Washington D.C. are all paid for.
“Undergraduate interns are paid at the GS-6 grade level, and graduate
interns are paid at the GS-7 grade level on the government pay scale.”4 This
is pretty good pay for an intern. Like any job the FBI is based on how much
education a Applicant has had. “Information and assistance on housing is
provided by FBI Headquarters. However, interns are responsible for
finalizing their own arrangem...

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