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STEM at the FBI

Explore a Mission-Driven Future in STEM

STEM is vital to the FBI's ability to meet our mission now and in the future. A STEM career within the FBI provides highly skilled engineers, medical experts, scientists, IT experts, and math-based professionals unparalleled opportunities to drive technology and data-based solutions that positively impact the nation.


  • Work in one of the fastest-growing careers in the world
  • Extensive career advancement possibilities
  • Considerable opportunity to lead high-impact projects and strategies
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STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) professionals work across the entire FBI, including at Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and our 56 field offices. Our STEM professionals have expertise that can be applied to forensic science, nursing, computer technology, cyber security, electronic surveillance, biometrics, encryption, energy, industrial, hygiene, and more.

Featured Locations

Huntsville, Alabama

The FBI at Redstone Arsenal houses the Hazardous Devices School, the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center, components of the Laboratory Division, and much more.

FBI at Redstone Arsenal

Quantico, Virginia

The FBI Laboratory is where personnel conduct forensic examinations, provide technical support, provide witness testimony in cases, and lead advanced training classes.

FBI Quantico

Clarksburg, West Virginia

The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division is a high-tech hub in West Virginia that provides a range of state-of-the-art tools and services to law enforcement, intelligence community partners, and the general public.

Criminal Justice Information Services


An Inside Look

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STEM Roles

FBI STEM careers offer the opportunity to put your skills and background toward the FBI mission. As a STEM professional you can participate in one of the FBI's specialized programs or pursue an individual career in a variety of fields.

Science and Medicine

Science and medical professionals are essential to creating innovative ways to meet our mission.

Science and Medicine Careers


Technology professionals are behind the modernization that is vital to our ability to stay ahead of the threat.

Technology Careers


Engineering professionals drive innovation and tackle projects that make the mission possible.

Engineering Careers

Mathematics and Data

Mathematics and data professionals enable mission success through predictive and investigative analyses.

Mathematics and Data Careers

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Related Opportunities

Students and Graduates

We encourage undergraduate students, graduate students, and Ph.D. candidates majoring in STEM fields to apply for our Honors Internship Program as well as the Visiting Scientist Program, and we encourage recent graduates seeking entry-level positions to apply to our Collegiate Hiring Initiative.

Students and Graduates

Special Agents

As a special agent, your unique skillsets may qualify you for a career as a cyber agent, bomb technician, and much more!

Special Agents