We’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who came out and made Careers in Criminal Justice Networking Night special.
At the Walter Center for Career Achievement, we strive to help students make meaningful connections as they begin to start their careers. The Careers in Criminal Justice Networking Night is a partnership between the Criminal Justice Department and the Walter Center to provide opportunities for students to build those meaningful connections with employers.
We’d also like to thank these organizations for participating and encourage students to learn more about their companies and browse their open positions:
Police Departments + Law Enforcement:
Social Services + Security:
- Allen County Probation
- Ireland Home Based Services
- Middle Way House
- Monroe County Probation Department
- Target Security Corp.
- Josh Ellsworth, Associate Instructor at Indiana University and Criminal Justice PhD Student
- IU Health Professions and Prelaw Center
- Professor Bill Head, Internship Coordinator, IU Criminal Justice Department
- Relay Graduate School
Want to learn more about careers in the criminal justice field?
Schedule an appointment with a career coach to establish realistic goals, discover solutions to challenges you may be up against, develop action plans, build self-confidence, receive personalized advice, support, and guidance when making career decisions and determine what steps to take and strategies to use when you’re developing your career.