FBI aims to recruit at least 30% more women into agency by 2030; opportunities available in New Haven

The FBI has a new goal to add more females to its work force, and that includes some new opportunities in Connecticut.

News 12 Staff

Apr 15, 2023, 12:10 AM

Updated 407 days ago

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The FBI has a new goal to add more females to its work force, and that includes some new opportunities in Connecticut.
The bureau is aiming to increase the number of women in its workforce by 30%, with a deadline of 2030.
Right now, there are more than 17,000 women employed throughout the agency, including 19 female special agents in Connecticut alone.
The new opportunities are not limited to those with a desire to become a field agent, either.
Charles Grady, a public affairs specialist for the FBI New office, "We don't just do investigations on criminal matters," said Charles Grady, a public affairs specialist for the FBI New office.
"We have civil matters, we have attorneys. We have a plethora of employees that have a wide range of backgrounds and the women of Connecticut need to be a part of that hiring process," Grady added.  


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