During the final week of Fall classes, students at Mansfield, a Commonwealth University, got to meet and speak with several practitioners about the criminal justice field and employment opportunities.
Jon Mayes, a 1999 Mansfield CJ graduate, returned to his alma mater on Monday, November 28th. Jon spoke to students in Dr. Crowl’s Intro to CJ class and Dr. Nicolle Mayo’s Career Planning course about juvenile corrections and employment opportunities with the Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services and his employer South Mountain Secure Treatment Unit.
Two days later, on Wednesday, November 30th, Warden Ryan Fish from the Tioga County Prison, accompanied by Deputy Warden Brandon Chilson, Sergeant Josh Glenn and Casey Zuchowski, Tioga County HR Director, visited campus to speak with Mansfield criminal justice students about corrections and employment opportunities available at the Prison. CJ students employed at Tioga County Prison can use the experience as a paid internship to gain academic course credit.
For more information about criminal justice internship and employment opportunities, contact Dr. Crowl email@example.com or Dr. Wheeler firstname.lastname@example.org.