The Diversity Agent Recruitment Program
The FBI is committed to building a high-performing, diverse and inclusive workforce. The Diversity Agent Recruitment (DAR) Program is one way we are addressing this goal. The DAR program hosts by-invitation events in cities throughout the United States to introduce potential applicants from diverse backgrounds to the Special Agent position.
During a DAR event, applicants will interact with FBI personnel and will learn about being a Special Agent. Applicants who attend a DAR event must meet the same qualifications and follow the same application process as other Special Agent applicants.
As a Special Agent at the FBI, you will be trained to interrogate suspects, investigate foreign spies and infiltrate organized crime. You will track cyber thieves, help decipher malicious computer code and supervise complex terrorism investigations. Above all, you will uphold the rule of law, defend civil rights and civil liberties and protect the American people.
If you have deep personal integrity, a commitment to this country and the ability to connect with the communities we serve, becoming a Special Agent could be the career for you.
Current DAR Events
DAR events are currently scheduled in the following cities. If a location near you is not listed, check back soon — more events are being added all of the time across the country.*
Submit your profile and resume to be considered for admission to one of our by-invitation information sessions. We’re looking for highly qualified professionals from all fields and backgrounds who want to learn about becoming an FBI Special Agent.
*Attendees travel at their own expense.
Those unable to attend an information session are still encouraged to apply to be a Special Agent.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The FBI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for this opportunity. Except where otherwise provided by law, selection will be made without regard to, and there will be no discrimination because of, color, race, religion, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, parental status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, age, sex, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or on the basis of personal favoritism, or any other non-merit factors.