The internship position involves working in the Research Department on a variety of criminal justice projects related to law enforcement technologies, job analysis, eyewitness identification and more. Full time availability is preferred; however, we understand that as students you may not be able to devote this availability thus, we require a minimum commitment of 24 hours a week during the semester and we are flexible around school schedules. This position is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. The internship position will pay a small weekly stipend solely to offset transportation and lunch expenses and is dependent on availability and previous research related work experience.
This position is open to current undergraduate or graduate students seeking a degree in criminal justice, psychology, statistics, sociology or anthropology. Proficiency in Spanish and Statistics and familiarity with research methods is preferred, but not required.
Internship (Fall or Spring Part-Time)
November 20, 2013
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