FAIRFIELD — The FBI is inviting Solano County high school juniors to apply for their spring 2014 Sacramento FBI Teen Academy that’s scheduled April 11 at the bureau’s division headquarters in Sacramento.
Students selected for the class will spend an interactive day with FBI agents, learning what it takes to be an agent, the crimes they investigate and how to avoid behaviors that can negatively affect the students’ futures.
All high school juniors currently within the 34 California counties served by the Sacramento FBI, including those in Solano County, are eligible to apply for the one-day academy.
The academy is free with lunch and snacks provided for all participants. Students selected are responsible for their own transportation to and from class and for any other personal arrangements that may be needed for attendance.
Application packages are available at the FBI website, www.fbi.gov/sacramento. Applications must be received at Sacramento FBI headquarters by mail or hand delivery before March 7.
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