Friday, July 31, 2015

CCJS 230 Fall 2015 Teaching Assistant Position Open

Professor Hamill currently has an opening for a Fall 2015 undergraduate teaching assistant for CCJS 230 Criminal Law in Action.  Undergraduate teaching assistants must meet the following requirements:
  • A cumulative GPA of a 3.20 or higher
  • A grade of A- or higher earned in CCJS 230
  • A minimum of 56 cumulative credits earned  
  • Ability to attend class Wednesdays 4:00PM - 6:30PM
All interested students should contact Professor Hamill directly at  Please note, CCJS 386 (teaching assistant credit) will not fulfill the CCJS Course of Choice degree requirement.

RSVP for the CCJS Law, Legal and Advocacy Networking Night!

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

CCJS Students! Have you completed your online Audit?

Online Audits close this Friday, July 31, 2015! If you have between 75-89 credits and have yet to complete your audit, you can do so online at

If you do not complete your audit online you will need to schedule an appointment with CCJS Advising and BSOS to do the process in person!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Homeland Security Fall 2015 Internship Opportunity

Image result for homeland security logoDepartment of Homeland Security (DHS) in the White House Liaison’s Office (WHLO) is seeking motivated students interested in an opportunity to participate in a part-time, unpaid internship program for the Fall 2015 cycle. (Information below)

Fall interns will have an opportunity to work alongside DHS employees, gain critical work experience, and build invaluable relationships.  The WHLO Intern Program provides a robust and exciting experience where participants feel challenged with substantive projects and are afforded unique exposure to various sections and components of the Department.

“I was fortunate enough to be selected  by WHLO to work as an intern during Summer 2014. I was placed in the Office of Public Affairs, where I worked on the “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign. I was actively involved in the campaign, and I definitely felt my work was valued. Also, thanks to WHLO, I was able to participate in a number of professional development opportunities for interns, such as field trips, tours, and meet-and-greets. It was a great experience!”
- Meghan G, Pennsylvania State University

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Attention CCJS Students!

Are you a CCJS Student who has between 75-89 credits? It is now time for an Academic Audit! You can complete your audit online until July 31. After that, you will have to make an appointment with CCJS and BSOS to complete the process. If you want to complete your audit online go to:

Remember, the extended deadline ends July 31! 

Monday, July 20, 2015

Private Detective Agency Seeking Applicants for Full Time and Part Time Positions

A Maryland based private detective agency is seeking applicants for full and part time positions.  All applicants start as part-time; full-time positions are earned based on performance.  The agency specializes in insurance fraud and related investigations.  Below are some details about the agency and the position.
  • The agency works for doctors, hospitals, defense attorneys, and insurance carriers
  • The position is primarily responsible for conducting video surveillance of individuals who have filed a claim alleging injury
  • The agency is willing to train new employees from the ground up
  • The agency will supply all equipment necessary to complete the job
  • The training period is three weeks and during the training period new employees will learn how to set up and conduct mobile surveillance and obtain video evidence
  • The initial three week training program is free and the agency does not collect any fees, but the applicant is not on payroll and will not be paid for the training
  • Once the applicant has successfully completed the three week course, they will be added to payroll and training will continue
  • Full time, first year investigators will have a compensation package in the mid 40’s to low 50’s
  • Applicants must have a reliable vehicle that blends in
  • The applicant must be able to work at a variety of times
  • The applicant must be able to work independently
If you are interested in applying, please send your resume to, please no phone calls. The agency will respond to every resume via e-mail.  Applicants will be sent additional information about the job and its requirements once the agency has received and reviewed an applicant’s resume.  

Monday, July 6, 2015

CCJS Courses still available for Summer II Session!

There are still CCJS Courses available for the Summer II Session, starting July 13! Check out Testudo and register today!