Criminal Justice Internship – ADMJ 670 Cooperative Education
Welcome to Criminal Justice Internship. Internships are experienced-based learning opportunities that can be a critical stepping stone to reaching your professional career goals in the Criminal Justice field!
Nowhere else are internship opportunities so vital than in criminal justice. It is one of the best ways to gain on-the-job experience that you can relate to your criminal justice classroom-based learning experience, and for developing those all-important contacts that may be the very key to your success in the career world.
As you make that transition from classroom to career, especially in today’s tight job market, internships can give you that competitive “edge” that can help you land a permanent position. Furthermore, internships look great on a resume, too.
Since you have worked so hard on your formal education here at Skyline College, it would be wise to consider interning at a criminal justice agency. One way to find out if criminal justice and your career aspirations are a “match” is to “try it on for size.” An internship experience can help you decide!
The Administration of Justice Program and Cooperative Education Program here at Skyline College have partnered to bring criminal justice internship opportunities to our students. Internship applicants must be Administration of Justice students, and must meet personal history and educational requirements to qualify.
To learn more about Criminal Justice Internship:
Contact the Administration of Justice Program Coordinator (Room 1-1317) or Cooperative Education Coordinator (Room 1-1209) in Building 1 for more information!
Certain restrictions and requirements apply to enroll in this course. See Course Catalog for details.