CJS aims to introduce students to the exciting opportunities within Criminal Justice. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the different units within CJS, then click on the unit preference button to start the internship inquiry process.
Criminal Justice Services aims to introduce students to the exciting opportunities within Criminal Justice. Interns will work alongside department personnel on a wide variety of assignments throughout the assigned Division. Interns will be exposed to effective problem-solving and partnership-building skills as well as gain a better understanding of day-to-day operations of the Division. Interns will work firsthand with Department and Division staff to achieve the department’s mission of leading data-driven decision-making, effective programming, and interagency collaboration to reduce criminal justice involvement and strengthen the well-being of our community.
Internship inquiry process includes the following:
Complete the Unit Preference Survey
Receive email from CJS Representative
Submit current resume and application
Cover letter that addresses the following items:
Why you’re a good fit as an intern with Criminal Justice Services
What you hope to gain from interning with Criminal Justice Services
If you have questions, please email [email protected]. In the email, please include the following subject: "[Last Name] Internship Inquiry."