Monday, April 20, 2015

Police Auxiliary Hiring

Police Auxiliary is hiring for the summer and fall semester! 

Looking for strong applicants, and you do no need to be a criminal justice major to apply.  Base pay is $8.50 per hour but the majority of our shifts are incentive pay ($10.50 per hour) and there are many opportunities for raises and upward mobility. Some of our main duties are general patrol of campus, manning the gate houses at the entrances to campus after hours, and providing building security for certain departments on campus. 

If anyone has any questions they can view our website at or they may email me at

Friday, April 17, 2015

Loss Prevention Positions at Kohl's

Kohl's Department Store in the Baltimore/DC area is actively seeking new graduates/current students for Loss Prevention positions around the area. 

Contact Steve Schwartz for more information:

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Prince George's County Police Fall 2015 Internship

Summer Grant Writing Workshop

BSOS 388N  BSOS Summer Grant Writing Workshop: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Summer I (2015): Tuesdays 5:00-7:00 PM (Brief Application Required) (1 or 0 credits)
Prof. Carl Lejuez
Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, and Government and Politics students were all either awarded or received honorable mention as NSF Graduate Research Fellows in 2015! The BSOS graduating seniors who received these awards will enter graduate school next year fully funded to start their PhD studies and research. This gives them a huge advantage at the beginning of their graduate careers.

Want to take a course this summer that helps you prepare your application for an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! 
Associate Dean and Professor Carl Lejuez is offering a summer 2015 workshop to walk you through preparation of an outstanding application for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! This is an incredible opportunity to be mentored by Dr. Lejuez, who is an accomplished researcher and who has had great success mentoring students in preparing funded social sciences grants.
Please click here to apply for the summer workshop by May 1, 2015. You will be notified of your acceptance by May 15, 2015.  If accepted, then you will have the option of registering of a  1 credit class in Summer I, if you wish. A non-credit option is also available, but you must still apply online to participate. Note that this opportunity is primarily for BSOS Undergraduate students. However, other students may inquire about a seat on a space-available basis.
For questions regarding registration, please contact, Blessing Enekwe at