Come hear a longtime manager and recruiting chief from the US Intelligence Community talk about how to make yourself competitive for one of the dozens of occupations in US intelligence agencies. Also, learn the basic steps and requirements to gain a federal security clearance.
When: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Time: 6:30 to 7:45 p.m.
Location: McLean Bible Church, 8925 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA
Note: Although all are welcome to attend this workshop, please note that applicants for jobs in the US Intelligence Community must be US citizens.
About Federal Career Connection
Who We Are: Through the support of Career Network Ministry, the Federal Career Connection program was created by volunteers to provide facilitator-led workshops to equip job seekers with the right mix of information and resources to enhance their federal job search.
Our Vision: A federal government that employs men and women who possess high standards of integrity, moral and ethical conduct, and genuine concern for the American public interest.
Our Mission: To provide job seekers with relevant, up-to-date information to enhance their federal job search and individual marketability.
Register for this even either online here or please first at the Welcome Desk, where CNM volunteers will then direct you to the assigned room.
About the Facilitator
Chris Westbrook is a talent development professional with a passion for career development, leadership, and change management. She recently retired from the federal government after 38 years of service in the executive and legislative branches. Chris spent the bulk of her career in the Central Intelligence Agency. Her last position was Deputy Director of the CIA’s foreign-language school. Previous to this, she served on a tiger team to implement CIA’s largest organizational change since its creation in 1947, leading to the creation of a Talent Center of Excellence responsible for the hiring, development, and management of CIA’s workforce. She created and delivered leadership training to all levels of Agency officers, from line through executive. She led analyst hiring during the CIA’s hiring surge after September 11 2001. This was a mid-career switch for her after serving as a national security analyst and manager for many years. Chris received a BA in Government from The College of William and Mary and graduate degrees in Political Science and Human Resource Development from The George Washington University.