MCU Students flock to Criminal Justice Career Fair

MCU Students flock to Criminal Justice Career FairThe Marymount criminal justice bachelor’s degree provides students with a solid foundation of knowledge and expertise to prepare them for careers that span the private sector, and federal, state and local government agencies. On March 30, a career fair was held with more than 13 agencies represented and hundreds of students attending. FBI Special Agent Frederick J. Simon gave an insider’s look at his work involving international and domestic terrorism, espionage, and violent crimes. Criminal Justice Professors Kristine Twomey and Anthony DiLeva coordinated the event for students to learn of opportunities and requirements at the following agencies: the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Agency, United States Secret Service, United States Marshall Service, Homeland Security Investigations, Customs and Border Protection, Border Patrol, United States Coast Guard, Transportation and Security Administration, Bureau of Prisons, Los Angeles County Sheriff, and Los Angeles Port Police, and for those who wish to further their careers as attorneys, the Pacific Coast University School of Law.

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