PHONE: (313) 593-5518
DATE: Oct. 4, 2005
UM-Dearborn criminal justice studies program hosts career event for current and future students
DEARBORN---Students interested in careers in criminal justice will be
able to meet with representatives of federal, state and local law enforcement
and criminal justice agencies at an exposition to be held at the University
of Michigan-Dearborn on Thursday, Oct. 13.
Current and potential UM-Dearborn students can talk about potential internships
and jobs with recruiters from the FBI, the Secret Service, the Internal
Revenue Service and other agencies during the exposition, which begins
at 9:45 a.m. in Kochoff Hall in the campus's University Center.
Students also will be able to meet with UM-Dearborn admissions representatives
and faculty and staff in the campus's criminal justice studies program
to learn more about the bachelor's degree program.
As part of the exposition, Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, Prosecutor
Kym Worthy and Sheriff Warren Evans will speak to the students and invited
guests beginning at 2:30 p.m.
UM-Dearborn's criminal justice program "is designed for students
who seek a broad liberal arts approach to the study of criminal justice
issues," Early said. "Our goal is to produce thoughtful, humane
leaders with the technical skills and the social and ethical sensitivity
needed to succeed in the criminal justice field."
For more information about the Oct. 13 exposition or about the campus's
program in criminal justice studies, contact the Criminal Justice Studies
office at (313) 583-6404 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.