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Beyond KU: Covert Careers

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It’s no secret most of us are obsessed with the undercover, classified work of the federal government. Check out Covert Careers to learn how you can turn your TV obsession into a career reality. This panel discussion and informal Q & A networking session hosts experts in a variety of disciplines within covert careers. Refreshments will be provided.


  • Pat Dowden, Lead Program Manager, Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Dylan Passinese, Former Undercover Officer, KCK Police Department
  • David Hutchings, Associate Director, Kansas Bureau of Investigations
  • Craig Beam, Chief Deputy US Marshal, United States Marshals Service

Check back soon for an updated list of panelists!

Covert Careers is a part of the University Career Center’s new Beyond KU series. Beyond KU takes your passion and makes it have purpose- no matter your major.

Look out for our other Beyond KU events later this academic year.


For more information contact: 
Kendyl Grender: 785-864-7653 / kgrender@ku.edu
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Kansas Union: Malott Room

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