Friday, February 05, 2021 - 01:30pm - 03:30pm
This short seminar on security clearances and the SF-86 will help answer your questions about the sometimes mysterious, painful process for getting a clearance! Learn the ins and outs of the SF-86 in this workshop. Registration Required. Spots are limited, so register early!
Speaker: Scott Fisher, New Jersey City University
Scott Fisher is an assistant professor focusing on national and international security. Prior to his PhD studies at Rutgers University, he received an MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University and an MA in Korean and International Studies from Seoul National University in South Korea. His research focus is on information warfare, U.S. national security challenges in East Asia, and open source intelligence. Prior to joining NJCU, Scott worked as a crisis management analyst for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon, deployed to Iraq as a Department of Defense civilian, and served tours in Afghanistan and East Africa as an Army Reserve officer.
Zoom details will be sent out the night prior to the event. Event will take place from 1:30 PM EST - 3:30 PM EST.
(This event is limited to the first 95 registrants.)
This event is open to students enrolled at Rutgers, BMCC, CCNY and NJCU and alumni of the Rutgers IC CAE Program.
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