Take a Bite Out of Criminal Justice

Interested in working for the U.S. Secret Service? How about doing criminal investigation for the IRS? More than 25 agencies and organizations will be participating in Criminal Justice Career Day on April 4, so stop by the NYC Campus to get a job or internship locked up in.

On Wednesday, April 4, stop by the Student Union on the NYC Campus from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. as the Criminal Justice Society and Career Services co-sponsor Criminal Justice Career Day.

Confirmed organizations include the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, IRS-Criminal Investigation, New York County District Attorney’s Office, NYC Department of Investigation, United States Marshals Service, United States Secret Service, Victims Assistance Services, and more than 20 other federal, state, and county agencies and private organizations. This is a great opportunity to learn from professionals about career opportunities and what may interest you, and developing your professional goals.

All students are welcome to attend and students majoring in accounting, anthropology, biology, chemistry, computer science, criminal justice, foreign language, political science, and sociology are encouraged.

For more information please call the Criminal Justice office at (914) 773-3674 or the Career Services office at (212) 346-1950.