Students attended an “employer spotlight”  on Feb. 26, sponsored by the Career Services and Internships Office and Saint Mary’s Criminal Justice Department. The spotlight was on the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and presented by Robert Schmidt of the St. Paul Office. Schmidt introduced students to the bureau, talked about the types of jobs that would be available (investigators, agents, undercover, and more) as well as detailed the hiring process and training programs students can expect once hired.

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