A great opportunity to get educated about potential careers in criminal justice is available to the Sauk Valley area as Sauk Valley Community College hosts the Criminal Justice Career Fair Tuesday, April 10 from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. in the West Mall.
Anyone interested in a career in law enforcement or criminal justice should consider attending this free event as there will be many opportunities to ask questions, network and potential talk about hiring in the field. The career fair is an event that encourages individuals to explore the opportunities in the area, educate themselves about what skills, knowledge, and degrees are needed in the field and create connections with the areas present. There are possibilities for hiring and filing applications as well.
Representatives will be available from various places such as Freeport Police, Janesville Police, Dixon Police, Sterling Police, Beloit Police, the Illinois State Police, four-year academic institutions and more to talk about their hiring process, what is available now and what their experience in the field is like.
The Criminal Justice Career Fair is sponsored by the SVCC Criminal Justice Club. For more information, contact Jon Mandrell, assistant professor of criminal justice, at 815-835-6344 or firstname.lastname@example.org.