While I have no way to judge, I agree with you that its important to weave in some stories that reveal your non-work self. I was able to do that once or twice and one story elicited a brief smile from one of the guys and was the sum total of the reaction I got from them. I think they are trained to keep a poker-face.”
I want to inform you that I passed my Secret Service panel interview.
The panel was very interested in my stories. I had some amazing stories lined up and they stopped writing to listen. I made sure that my result was a positive one. They congratulated me with my accomplishments from my stories. I had 5-6 stories about teamwork, difficult situation, time management, problem solving, communication and most importantly why I want to be a Secret Service Special Agent.
My background as a federal law enforcement officer and my IT background surely helped but they want agents that could bring their skills to the table.
From Carole Martin – fbiinterviewcoach.com
I found this book very informative to the FBI Special Agent hiring process
FBI SPECIAL AGENT HIRING GUIDE 2017
My program focuses on passing the Phase II and Phase III interview processes.