Fox Valley Technical College
National Criminal Justice Training Center
Who We Are:
For more than two decades, FVTC’s National Criminal Justice Training
Center has provided ongoing support to federal, state, tribal, local, and
private industry clients to improve the adult and juvenile justice systems
ability to effectively respond to crimes against children and adult related
criminal justice issues. With an office located in Washington, DC, FVTC works
closely with several Department of Justice (DOJ) offices, including the Office
of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and the Bureau of
Justice Assistance (BJA). Some of the projects we currently work on are the
Missing and Exploited Children’s program (MECP) and the Office of Justice
Programs (OJP) Diagnostic Center (training and technical assistance (TTA)
support to criminal justice agencies and organizations in data-driven crime
Internship Program Parameters:
We are interested in securing one or more interns to assist with the following:
1. Research, development of written materials, as well as planning and managing
tasks and activities associated with the delivery of TTA services and support
to the criminal justice field.
2. Development and enhancement of a newly designed training and technical
assistance web site and internal statistical reporting tools. A technology
background and/or experience with the technical aspects of web development and
maintenance are preferred but not required.
3. Data entry and database coordination.
4. Development and coordination of marketing initiatives.
A background in criminal justice or a social science is preferred but not
required. Students must have a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher.
Interns will be compensated for their time. The internships can begin
immediately or can start in the spring semester for a minimum of 20 hours per
week. Interns will be needed for the 2013/2014 semesters.
To read the rest of the internship posting and to apply, please visit www.careercenter.umd.edu and log on to Careers4Terps!