Professional Etiquette Dinner
Monday, April 17th
5:00pm – 7:00pm
Hosted by the University Career Center & The President's Promise
As a student, are you prepared to put your best foot forward when you sit down with an employer at the dinner table? Would you like more information on how to best navigate using the forks, knives, spoons, plates, and glasses placed in front of you, without embarrassment? If so, this event is for you!
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The J. Edgar Hoover Foundation Leadership Scholarship
2017-2018 Academic Year
Multiple scholarships ($1,000-$2,000 each) will be awarded to high achieving CCJS rising juniors and seniors. Recipients will be chosen on the basis of demonstrated strength in CCJS coursework, merit, financial need, and leadership ability. Preference will be given to students who have an interest in and are eligible for (e.g. http://www.federallawenforcement.org/careers/) law enforcement careers.
Applicants for the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation Leadership Scholarship must meet the following criteria:
- Declared as a CCJS major
- Rising junior, or senior standing for the 2017-2018 academic year
- Registered full-time for the Fall 2017 semester in good university standing
- Minimum GPA of 3.3 for all colleges/universities attended
- Demonstrates financial need
- Demonstrates leadership qualities
The Supreme Court of the United States Police is currently seeking students for a police internship for the Fall 2017 semester. If you are seeking a career in law enforcement this is a great hands on experience. You will be protecting one of the most important bodies in our government, the Supreme Court of the United States. Credit will be granted for this internship to eligible students through the CCJS department after the proper paperwork has been processed.
Intern’s duties include but are not limited to:
- Assist officers on the front plaza and with crowd control
- Aid any investigations
- Assist visitors with directions
- Escort Justices and/or groups with reservations
- Assist officers with screening of visitors
- Various administrative duties
This event has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 5, 2017.
FBI Agent Alexis Carpentieri, a UMD CCJS alum, is giving a guest lecture in CCJS 340 section 0101 on Wednesday, March 15 from 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM in 2205 Lefrak. The lecture is open to any interested CCJS majors.
Ms. Carpentieri graduated from UMD with a BA in CCJS, earned a JD from Georgetown, and completed a Masters in Forensic Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She has been in the FBI for over 20 years and is currently the recruiter for the FBI-Miami Division.
Ms. Carpentieri will also have a meet and greet right after from 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM in LeFrak, room 1222. CCJS majors are welcome to attend both the lecture and the meet and greet. If you have any questions, please contact CCJS Advising at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, March 27, 2017
Building on a Tradition of Excellence and Meeting the Challenges of the Future The Secret Service is a premier law enforcement organization with two critical national security missions: protect our nation's leaders and conduct criminal investigations. Our team members continue a tradition of excellence - whether investigating financial crime or protecting national and visiting foreign leaders.
Joining the Secret Service, Office of Investigations, as a special agent will allow you to perform critical protective and investigative assignments. The special agent position starts at a salary of $46,110 (GL-7, step 1), with promotion potential to $133,967 (GS-13, step 10). For more information on the Secret Service click here.
This position is covered by Law Enforcement Availability Pay (LEAP) and additional compensation of 25% of the base salary will be added to locality pay.