Career questions tagged homeland-security
What happens after college?
I'm still thinking about majors, but I just don't know what happens after college. I'd want to study something involving homeland security, but I know it's more complex than that. I know there's different routes you can take from there, but it's hard to figure that out.
Can you describe your company culture?
To understand the company's values, management, leadership styles, and the approach in which they take to solve challenges and treating their employees in that particular occupation.
Why did you decide to work in this industry?
My goal is to gain a better understanding of what other people think about an industry before I choose a career
What benefits come with this career?
401 K, Health Insurance, Paid Holidays, Paid Medical leave, Paid Sick Leave, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Identity Protection, financial resources, Financial Hardship Programs, Flexible Scheduling, Disability Insurance
How do you deal with problems in your day to day as a security officer? What steps did you to take afterwards?
I am currently in the process of studying to be a security guard and I want to know what will I have to do when a problem occur and how to resolve them, along with what steps do I have to take afterwards.
What type of desk job can I find? And what is the entry into getting that job?
What type of security job or military job allows you to work a desk job or be inside of an office? And what is the entry point of education I need to enter into that field of work?
What are the best schools for studying homeland security?
I know that some schools have a better reputation than others in general, but what about homeland security programs specifically? I want to make sure that I get the best education available to me within my field. #college #reputation #homeland-security
How competitive are college homeland security programs?
The security of our nation is extremely important to me, and I am interested in studying homeland security in college. I get good grades, so I likely wont have too much trouble being accepted into a school. But I have heard that some degree programs are more competitive than others for admissions. #homeland-security #competition #programs #security #government #law-enforcement
What should I major in? What courses should I take?
Hello, I'm a junior in high school. I want to work for homeland security. I want to be an Appeals Officer, but I don't know what courses/major. #college #college-bound #college-major #government #homeland-security
I am taking free courses that lead to certification with FEMA, will this be beneficial for government position?
I just received my Master's in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security and am now taking some online courses with FEMA and may start on some courses regarding statistics and the Design of Experiments. Would these be beneficial topics to get with to obtain a way into the government? #criminal-justice #human-resources #government #recruiting #criminology #legal #homeland-security #fema
How can I transition a previous career in the Legal field to my new degree and Homeland Security?
I believe I have a lot of skills that I believe can be transferrable, but I am not sure how to make the transition. #recruiting #legal #homeland-security #personal-development #career-details
What are some key words that really stick out to employers?
I am working on my new resume and I want to try to get the attention of the employer so I am not passed because my resume is ordinary. #criminal-justice #recruiting #hiring #homeland-security #job-application
Why do some universities push you towards a career where you have no experience?
My professors are great, but I am finding that now that I am in the work force that I do not have the proper background for the position. How can they guide you you one way because you do feel passion for it, but didn't know you will never be a complete success. You owe money and you need to work and you thought getting a better education would give you more, but it doesn't even let you in the door. #college-major #college-admissions #government #recruiting #homeland-security #legislative-research
I am very new in my new career (I am changing it at 40). My networking is really involving only one company. How do I expand my network to get more job opportunities that are not necessarily in my field of choice, but will benefit?
I have a lot of paralegal experience, just from earning my B.A. I would like to advance into Homeland Security, but I am finding it hard to meet the job qualifications for a position in this field because of my age and my inability to join the Army or other national force. Was my education pointless, who will utilize it? #human-resources #government #homeland-security #disabilities #talent-recruiting #age-in-the-workplace
How do employer's really see an applicant with a disability?
I have a tracheotomy and although I am familiar with the laws pertaining to those who are disabled, do employers actually consider hiring you if you are disabled in the back of their minds? I have been out of work for a while due to my issue, but finally have the situation under control. I speak very well, but I do have to take breaks in sentences to get air sometimes. #recruiting #social-networking #homeland-security #employment-law
I may want a Ph.D. studying human trafficking or women and terrorism, what careers should I be looking for?
I have a Bachelor's in Sociology, Minor in International Relations, and now a Master's in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security. I would like to know where I should be looking for employment to prepare me for my possible future studies. #criminal-justice #social-networking #homeland-security
How do you use a Homeland Security degree in searching for a career?
I am actually still in school for about three more weeks and I am finishing my thesis on Cybercrime. My experience is in Sociology and the Legal field. I am self-motivated and a hard-worker who learns pretty fast. I am anxious to get a career, but I am 41 years old and have been out of work for a few years. I have a tracheotomy, but it does not hold me back from a normal life. I love to be outside and to help people and just need to get my foot in the door to a company that will utilize my Master's degree and the skills I gained in litigation. I am really excited about my future. I would love to get a PhD. by studying either sex trafficking or women and terrorism. #government #federal-government #women #social-networking #homeland-security #human-rights #cyber-crime #counter-terrorism
What would I have to major in to get a job on homeland security? And what does a job in homeland security entail?
I am currently a junior in high school and have always been interested in some kind of job with the government or military. I grew up under the influence of my grandfather who was enlisted in the navy during the Vietnam war and and have since aspired to enlist or obtain a job related to the defense of the united states. However, I do not know what a job like homeland security entails and what i would be doing if I were to become an analyst or work for the department of homeland security. #police #military #law-enforcement #fbi #homeland-security #national-security
What potential jobs can you get after graduating with a BA in criminal justice?
I would like to major in criminal justice after I get to college and graduate with a BA. #criminal-justice #criminology #federal-government #homeland-security #successful #paralegals
What do you have to do to prepare yourself to become an FBI agent?
I want to major in criminal justice, and I definitely want to become an FBI agent or a chief executive in anything in a criminal justice field. #criminal-justice #criminology #federal-government #fbi #homeland-security #criminal-law