Wednesday, August 8, 2012

C4T Opportunities for CCJS Majors

Microsoft Career Panel: What to Consider in a Job Opportunity
Learn from our University Staffing Benefits expert and hear real life accounts of what some of Microsoft’s employees considered when they received offers and what they would suggest college graduates take into account when it comes time for you to review your own offers.  Hear their thoughts, ask questions, form your own opinions, and be more prepared for the recruiting season!

What: Online Webinar and Q&A—Get an insider's glimpse into what could be included in an offer and the significance of each component
Who: Anyone interested in working at a technical company!
·         Wednesday, August 8th, 9:30 AM PST
Registration Link:

NOTE: Both Webinars are identical and will have same structure and content.
Call in Information: (309) 944-9515 Access Code: 643 4503 (Must call in for audio). Are you calling in internationally? If so, we recommend VOIP so you can access the audio. If you’re calling using a landline, cell phone, Skype, Nonoh, or a similar program, please make sure to dial 00-1 before dialing the number above. If you continue to have problems signing in, please note that we will be posting these webinars online shortly and will be sending out the link to all registrants.

Careers4Terps highlighted position of the week by the University Career Center & The President’s Promise!
Log in to your C4T account ( and paste the ID number in the “Search” box to learn more.

College Fall Internship, ID    61030
POSITION TYPE: Internship (Fall or Spring Part-Time)
Government of D.C. - Office of Citizen Complaint Review, Washington, District of Columbia   

The District of Columbia's Office of Police Complaints (OPC) is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated intern for the Fall semester. OPC is a government agency that receives, investigates, and resolves citizen complaints of police complaints filed against the Metropolitan Police Department officers. OPC provides an independent and impartial forum for the processing of police misconduct complaints and promotes the highest attainable standard of integrity, professionalism, and accountability in the District's police department. Interns work alongside experienced staff on a variety of projects. The primary duties of interns are to assist with the agency's community/public relations with the preparation of Freedom of Information Act responses, internet research, media relations, various community outreach activities, and drafting recommendations. Additional intern duties also may include assisting with special projects, assisting with witness statements, collecting and reviewing evidence, and transcribing tapes.

Students with an interest in government affairs, community relations, civil rights, and public policy are strongly encouraged to apply. Fall Internships are unpaid, but they can be done for academic credit.