North County Times/Don Boomer
Carley Kruse, 8, gets a chance to pet Tyson, Border Patrol Agent Tom Humphrey's dog, at the U.S. Border Patrol's career day in Murrieta on Saturday.
More than 750 residents from across the region flocked to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection job fair in Murrieta on Saturday, learning there that the agency is much more than "the guys in green shirts," the North County Times reported.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are looking for a few good men and women, 11,000 good men and women to be precise.
"The national campaign will inform the public about how CBP integrates its resources to secure the border, along with encouraging job seeks to view CBP as an 'employer of choice," said Chris Gaugler, assistant commissioner for human resources and management.
For the full story read the North County Times article "Hundreds Flock to U.S. Border Patrol Job Fair."