Albertus Magnus College will host its fourth annual Criminal Justice Camp on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 for rising high school juniors and seniors. This one-day camp is geared towards incoming high school juniors and seniors interested in the criminal justice field. Registration begins at 8:30 am and the program will feature sessions in crime scene evaluation, the K-9 program, fingerprinting, critical decision making, and ethical awareness.
The Criminal Justice Camp is being hosted by the Office of Admission and the coordinator of Criminal Justice Programs, Michael Geary J.D. In addition, an overview of possible career paths paired with in-person testimonials from Alumni will give students a strong sense of where a degree in Criminal Justice can lead them. Our Alumni work in a variety of sectors such as the Special Victims Unit, State Police Force, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Current graduate students will also be in attendance to explain the advantages of pursuing higher degrees in the field.
The camp is free to rising high school juniors and seniors (Class of 2014 and 2015) and includes a complimentary lunch with the opportunity to talk with professionals in the Criminal Justice field. The event is being held on the campus of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT from 9am-3pm.
This event is full and registration has closed.
If you have questions, please contact Michael Gallant, Admission Counselor, at (203)773-4471 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.