Friday, October 17, 2014

Students for Sensible Drug Policy: Know Your Rights! Featuring Steve Silverman

Know Your Rights! Featuring Steve Silverman

When: Wednesday, October 22 at 7:00 PM
Where: Margaret Brent B room, Stamp Student Union
Cost: This event is free and open to the public


Come join Students for Sensible Drug Policy as we screen the Flex Your Rights film "10 Rules for Dealing with Police." The film will go over 10 simple rules based on common sense and constitutional rights that will help protect you from negative police interactions. After the film guest speaker Steve Silverman, Executive Director of Flex Your Rights, will be answering questions about the film. Steve will also be talking about additional ways to flex your rights, such as how to film police interactions and jury nullification.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

BSOS Engagement and Success Reception

Please join BSOS for an informational opportunity with representatives from BSOS and around the university.  Come and explore the many resources and opportunities available that can lead to a successful undergraduate career in the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences.  There will be information about undergraduate research opportunities, study abroad, Deans Student Advisory Council, Federal/Global Semester, BSOS Peer Mentors and many more.  BE ENGAGED!

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Full Time Research Fellows Position - Stanford Law School

A great opportunity for December graduates considering law school:


Monday, October 13, 2014

The U.S. Department of State is currently accepting applications for the Foreign Service Security Protective Specialist positions.

Click here: http://careers.state.gov/work/opportunities/vacancy-announcements/sps for more information, and to start the Gateway to State online application process via USAJobs.

Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is Wednesday, November 5, 2014.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Spring 2015 Internship Opportunity: Supreme Court of the United States Police

File:Supreme Court of the United States.jpgThe Supreme Court of the United States Police is currently seeking students for a police internship for the Spring 2015 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

To apply, please submit an electronic copy of your resume to David Tana at ccjsadvising@umd.edu with "SCPUS Internship Application" as your subject line.  All resumes should be submitted by 4:00PM on Friday, November 7, 2014.  Interviews for selected candidates will be scheduled on campus the for the week of November 17th.  Please remember this is a professional internship with a federal agency and should be treated as such from the initial application through the completion of the internship.