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University to hold annual job/internship fair for Criminal Justice students

Date is set for Oct. 26

Micah Leith Oct 13, 2022

Waynesburg University will hold its annual Criminal Justice Job and Internship Fair Wednesday, Oct. 26. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m and take place in the Marisa Fieldhouse.

“The Criminal Justice Job and Internship Fair is one of biggest events of the year for the students in the criminal justice program,” said Adam Jack, chairperson of the Department of Criminal Justice and Social Science and professor of criminal justice. “There will be 45 to 50 local, state, federal and private agencies in attendance recruiting for both full-time employment and internship programs.”

Students of all majors are welcome to attend the event. Upperclassmen in the criminal justice program will have the opportunity to present resumes to potential employers.

“The feedback that we have received from agencies that have attended in the past is overwhelmingly positive regarding the professionalism of the students and the overall quality of the event,” Jack added.

To learn more, contact Jack at or 724-852-3211.