On Thursday, August 7th, at 2:00 PM and 3:30 PM in 4101 Chincoteague Hall, GVPT will be conducting an experiment in the form of a simple computerized bargaining game. Students are invited to participate in this experiment. Students will be paid $6 for agreeing to participate, and students may earn up to a maximum of an additional $50 based on how you play the game. Most participants generally earn between an additional $20 and $30. The experiment will take no more than 45 minutes to complete, and you will be paid in cash at the end.
There is space for 20 participants, and students can register to participate in the experiment at: http://www.terpconnect.umd.edu/~wlr/experiments
students are selected to participate, they will be notified by 5:00 PM on Tuesday, August
5th. Students selected will be provided with any
additional necessary information via e-mail.
Friday, July 25, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Baltimore Police Department is looking for entry level police officers for their next academy class. Starting salary for an entry level police officer is $46,199 in 2014 and goes up to $48,971 in 2015. In addition, all Entry Level Police Officers accrue vacation leave and receive full benefits (medical, dental, etc.). With more than 2,900 sworn police officers on the department, the opportunity for professional and personal growth is great. If you or someone you know is interested in a rewarding career in policing, please visit www.BPDRecruit.com for information about joining the Baltimore Police Department.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Solo criminal defense attorney in Greenbelt seeks part time legal assistant. Duties include answering the phone, drafting letters and legal pleadings, scheduling meetings and client visits, filing, maintaining office organization, organizing client files, contacting court offices to track down legal documents and schedule hearings, and various administrative support as required. Depending on interest, skills, performance, and growth of practice, position could eventually evolve to full time.
- Previous legal experience required
- strong interest or background in criminal law preferred
- Must be detail-oriented
- able to work independently
- proficient with various administrative functions including drafting letters and legal documents, internet searches, use of Word, and Excel
- Knowledge of FileMaker a plus
As an entry-level Police Officer with the Metropolitan Police Department, you will perform the vital public services of preserving the peace, protecting life and property, preventing crime, apprehending criminals, and enforcing the laws and ordinances of the District of Columbia and the United States.
- At least 21 years of age
- A citizen of the United States
- Completed at least 60 semester hours of college credits; or 3 years of active duty military service; or 5 years of prior law enforcement experience
- Possess an honorable military discharge (if applicable)
- Possess a valid drivers license
Police Officer candidates must successfully pass a written examination, a physical ability test, and a thorough background investigation that includes a medical examination, drug screening, psychological evaluation, and polygraph examination.