I would like to become a cia agent (spy) I am planning on military experience but will I need college ?

I am 17 years old and I am planning on joining the army upon my high school graduation. I will try to become special forces within the army, but my major goal in life is to become a cia agent. Will I need college in addition to the military experience ? What way should I go about it ? Ex. Army then college then cia ? or College then army then cia ? or just army then cia ? do i even need college ?Thank you for taking the time to offer advice I appreciate it.

Asked By: - 1/12/2011
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Answered By: LarrySmile - 1/12/2011
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A smart man would use the CIA's Careers Website to learn about all of the requirements needed for employment: That is where I would start James Bond..a key attribute of a CIA operative is resourcefulness....juts sayin
Answered By: redleg_army - 1/12/2011
Good luck with that! College first. I wanted to be a pro football player, or movie star. You're 17 not 10. you better get back to reality. If you have to ask that on here, what good would you be to the CIA? Do some research!
Answered By: John Wayne Fan - 1/12/2011
If the Cia wants you they will contact you
Answered By: ArmyGuy - 1/12/2011
Short Version: Go to college first, forget about the army route. It will be much faster... More
Answered By: smthbrothrj - 1/12/2011
If you went to West Point you could essentially do both. However you need nearly perfect scores all around to get in. I have a friend who is doing exactly what you want to do. He did not however join for that reason but he is there now, not as an agent he works with the intelligence information. Look into it!!!
Answered By: Texas Guy - 1/12/2011
In most cases you will need four years of college. There is however a possibility of being approached by recruiters while in Special Forces and at FT. Bragg. Depending on how you performed during combat or Special ops. They often recruit from the ranks of such units as Delta Force, Navy Seals, Special Forces and... More
Answered By: Senacherib - 1/12/2011
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