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WORKING FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Posted on July 30, 2014

A Professions in Politics and Government Discussion with

 

Chris Hook – Budget Analyst, U.S. Department of Justice

 

Chris Hook focuses on the Department’s litigating divisions, health care fraud, and witness protection. He entered the Federal service as a Presidential Management Fellow in 2004 and has held positions at the Drug Enforcement Administration and the National Security Division. In addition to his current role, he completed the DOJ LEAP Leadership Fellowship in 2011. He will talk about what it’s like to work for the federal government and the various pathways that one can use to enter the federal service, such as internships, fellowships, and direct applications.

 

While at CWRU, he majored in Political Science and Psychology and minored in Religion and English; he graduated with his Masters in Political Science in 2004. Chris currently serves as the President of the CWRU Washington, DC-Baltimore Chapter and is a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Chris makes his home in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of DC, is actively involved in his church, and is an avid marathon runner.

 

Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.
Mather House Room 100
11201 Euclid Avenue

 

Sponsored by CWRU Department of Political Science. For questions and information, contact Jennifer Bochik or Samantha Hill at 216-368-2424.
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