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Tip Trove | Looking to Study Bioterrorism? Courtesy of John Noble The earlier you know that your focus will be on the policy of bioterrorism or the science of it, the better. Networking is key in this field. Many policy-focused schools allow access and exposure to the people who are studying terrorism. In this economy, the government is one of the few employers that is hiring. Speak to a military recruiter. Many military people have spoken to me about the positive experience and training they

John Noble
Apr 6, 2003

Tip Trove | Looking to Study Bioterrorism?

Courtesy of John Noble
  • The earlier you know that your focus will be on the policy of bioterrorism or the science of it, the better.
  • Networking is key in this field. Many policy-focused schools allow access and exposure to the people who are studying terrorism.
  • In this economy, the government is one of the few employers that is hiring.
  • Speak to a military recruiter. Many military people have spoken to me about the positive experience and training they receive.
  • Consider working for a congressman or a committee on Capitol Hill. Each congressman needs someone to be working on this issue.

--John Noble, Director of career services at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

 

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