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Arts and Communications

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Arts and Communications Careers

Arts and communications professionals lend their creative skills to tell impactful stories about our people, our cases, and the communities we serve.

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Our arts and communications professionals produce impactful photography, video, written content, press releases, social media, and public relations for both internal and external FBI communications.

Examples of Arts and Communications Roles

  • Photographers and multimedia specialists produce original graphics, capture photos, and produce videos.

  • Writers and editors write original stories, content, scripts, and speeches.

  • Community outreach specialists in the field support stakeholder engagement at both the local and national levels. 

  • Public affairs specialists handle media inquiries, pitch proactive stories, develop social media coverage, and act as a liaison between the FBI and national and local media outlets. 

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Qualifications and Eligibility

Minimum Qualifications

For most arts and communications positions, you must have a bachelor’s degree or higher from a U.S. accredited college or university in a related field of study.

Note: Qualifications and requirements may vary. For a complete list, please reference a specific job listing.


In addition to job-specific qualifications, you must meet all of the eligibility requirements to work at the FBI.


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Hiring Process

The hiring process consists of multiple phases. The first step is to visit our application portal and create a profile.

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For more information and to see the process in detail, visit the hiring process section on our Eligibility and Hiring page.

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Professionals skilled in communication and administration may also be interested in a career in business and human resources with the FBI.

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