U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is committed to recruiting and employing qualified individuals with disabilities who are eligible for a non-competitive hiring authority called Schedule A. An applicant may apply under this authority if he or she has a documented disability (also referred to as a Schedule A letter). A qualifying disability may be an intellectual or severe physical or psychiatric disability and must be recorded by a certified medical professional, state or private vocational rehabilitation specialist, or any government agency that issues or provides disability benefits.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is committed to recruiting and employing qualified veterans whether via a non-competitive hiring authority, e.g., 30 percent or more disabled or a Veterans Recruitment Authority (VRA) appointment, or as an intern under the Wounded Warrior, Operation Warfighter, or the Veterans Administration’s Non-Paid Work Experience Programs.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is committed to recruiting young people within our country’s communities and involving them in CBP’s law enforcement environment. They are provided not only with an opportunity to learn the Agency’s critical role in protecting our Nation’s borders but the importance of serving their communities as well.