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The newly inaugurated Criminal Justice Career Week allowed students and alumni to look for jobs at the Career Fair and get insight from professionals in law enforcement, forensic science, victim services and the legal field.

Criminal Justice Career Week

This spring, the College of Criminal Justice expanded opportunities to help students get jobs after graduation, offering four days of events, including the Criminal Justice Career Fair and professional panels representing a wide variety of careers in the field.

The 2012 Criminal Justice Career Fair included representatives from law enforcement, corrections, victim services, forensics, the military and private security. A total of 45 agencies and 407 students participated in the event, and 27 agencies said they plan to interview Sam Houston State University students for available jobs.

During Career Week, the College also hosted panels featuring professionals from law enforcement, victim services, and forensics, as well as speakers on graduate school and job etiquette.

“We started a Criminal Justice Career Week, “ said Dr. Holly Miller, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs, “It turned out to be a huge hit.”

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