COLLEGE INTERN PROGRAM
Each year the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) accepts resumes for college-level, uncompensated internship positions. This program is designed to provide technology-based and criminal justice-focused work experiences for college-level students. Interviews and reference checks will be conducted on those students who meet the qualifications. Placement for internships will be based on requests from section managers. In instances where there is a program need for an intern with unique skills, a request can be made to the Deputy Director to authorize deviation from the usual processing procedures. However, no deviation will be granted from the basic eligibility requirements and the requirements to continue as an intern.
In order for a student to apply for an internship at the NW3C, they must meet the following criteria:
The performance periods for internships are as follows:
All interns are required to provide a written report (in paragraph form) at the end of the internship. This report should detail their activities and accomplishments for that period. Reports are due by the date of completion of the internship.
Each intern, upon the completion of an internship and with acceptance from the supervisor, will receive a letter of reference. This letter of reference will aid in the future job search of the intern.(Web-posted 01/03/2000; sent by Dr. Lynn Dombrowski)
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