My road in life has been direct.
First I went to college.
I started to work with agents.
Then I got my undergraduate degree.
Then I had to pass the test.
Then I got my graduate degree.
I passed phase 1, which was an online test, then phase 2, which was an interview with agents, then the physical tests.
Then I applied to become an FBI agent.
Then, after I got the job, I moved to San Diego, California.


High School
Private School
History, General
Liberty University
Liberty University


FBI Special Agent

I am a violent crime agent and Orange County RA.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Helping People

Day to Day

There is no typical day in the FBI because every day there is something new you have to do and every day is not the same.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

Work with agents or volunteer to see how it will be and how you feel. If you really want to do it, you should apply and they will help you.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:

History, General


The Noise I Shed

From Family:

"I did not have any discouragement about my career choice in becoming an FBI agent because my family and friends are very supportive about what I wanted to become."

Challenges I Overcame

Work Stress


How were you sure that being an FBI agent is something you wanted to do for the rest of your life?

Asked by Anonymous Student

She was sure because shes been around agents when she was little because her dad was an FBI agent so seeing how they work made her interested in it.

What inspired you to be an FBI agent?

Asked by Anonymous Student

Her dad is an FBI agent so seeing him and his friends work and the bond they have with each other and how they helped the people made her interested.

What is your favorite part of becoming an agent?

Asked by Anonymous Student

Melissa told me that her favorite part about working as an FBI agent is that everyday is different and she can never get bored.

What are the difficulties of being an FBI agent?

Asked by Anonymous Student

Being an FBI agent can be difficult is that you might have plans and then you get a call from work that something bad happened and you have to go. Another thing is the life and death decisions are scary.

What are some qualilties or experiences do you need to be fit for becoming an FBI agent?

Asked by Anonymous Student

She told me that the FBI is not looking for specific people and that they are looking for all types of people they want different personalities and characteristics. Th experiences you need is to lern to work with agents.

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