2021 Spring Internship – Georgia Bureau of Investigation

Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit (CEACC)

Closes: 09/15/2020

DescriptionWe reserve the right to cancel at any time due to health and safety concerns of the students and/or Agency Staff.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Internship is a valuable learning experience for college and university students pursuing a criminal justice or related degree. The program is administered by the GBI Office of Human Resources (OHR). The length of the internship is one semester as determined by the intern’s college or university, with the concurrence of the GBI OHR.

All interns must download (right click to save), complete, and upload the Internship Questionnaire. Failure to complete and upload the Internship Questionnaire will result in your application being rejected.

Click the following link to download the questionnaire.
Internship Questionnaire    Job DutiesThe GBI will attempt to accommodate all intern applicants, but there are no guarantees that everyone who applies will be approved for an internship.
 Applicants are available to intern with any of the following:

15 Investigative Field Offices
– Select Regional Drug Enforcement Offices
– Commercial Gambling Unit
– Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit (CEACC)
– Financial Investigations Unit
– Major Theft Unit
– Division of Forensic Sciences

– Public Affairs Office
– Human Resources Office
– Finance/Accounting Office
– Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC)
– Medical Examiner’s Office
– Child Fatality Review Unit
– Office of Professional StandardsFailure to complete and upload the Internship Questionnaire will result in your application being rejected.QualificationsEligibility
 The program is open to full-time students pursing an undergraduate or graduate degree in criminal justice or related field. The students MUST be classified as a junior, senior or a graduate student at the time of application. Applicants must also meet the following criteria:

  1. U.S. citizen at least 18 years of age.
  2. In good academic standing
  3. Must currently be enrolled during their interning semester.
  4. Recommended by the college/university.


Supplemental InformationDisqualification Standards ** Please read carefully**
Students will be disqualified for any of the following:

  • Illegal use of marijuana or non-prescription steroids within one year of internship application date.
  • Deliberate misrepresentation of illegal drug history in connection with the application.
  • Deliberate misrepresentation or falsification of any GBI application or background information.
  • Prior convictions for a felony or misdemeanors of high and aggravated nature.
  • Illegal use of any drug while employed in any position that has high level of responsibility.
  • Illegal sale, distribution or manufacturing (to include growing) of any drug.
  • Use of an illegal drug or combination of illegal drugs, other than experimental marijuana use or non-prescription anabolic steroids, within ten years of the internship application date.
    • Experimental use of marijuana will be determined by
      • Number of times used
      • Frequency of use
      • Age at the time of use.
      • Circumstances surrounding use.
  • Use of an illegal drug or combination of illegal drugs, other than marijuana or non-prescription anabolic steroids, more than 5 times.
  • Deliberate association of a personal nature within the past twelve months with any person who used illegal drugs in the presence of applicant.
    • Deliberate association will be determined by:
      • Circumstances surrounding the incident
      • Location of incident
      • Applicants’ response or lack of response in the incident.
  • Conduct or activity which reflects a disregard for local, state, or federal laws or which conflicts with the standards of behavior or ethical principles of the GBI.
  • Failure to complete the polygraph examination process
  • Driver’s history which suggests a pattern of disregard for the law.
  • Credit history which suggests fiscal irresponsibility.

Failure to complete and upload the Internship Questionnaire will result in your application being rejected.