The FBI Comes to UNL to Talk Jobs and Forensic Science

UNL Forensic Science - FBI

March 5, 2014

Michele Stevenson, a Special Agent with the FBI Omaha Division, shared information about careers in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

As the Applicant Coordinator and Recruiter for the Omaha Division, Stevenson highlighted several opportunities for students and graduates including paid and unpaid internships, careers as professional staff and as special agents.  She indicated that college graduates with degrees in math and science are very highly sought after for their problem-solving skill development.

Stevenson gave the students tips on the application process and noted particular areas of interest for forensically-minded graduates: the lab in Quantico which houses 750 employees doing a range of 50 different jobs, and the Evidence Response Team, an ancillary duty that would be a good fit for forensic science graduates.  She indicated two websites for more information about federal jobs: and