Jacqueline Helfgott, PhDChair206.firstname.lastname@example.org
L. Devin MacKrellAdministrative Assistant206.email@example.com
Kate ReynoldsAdministrative Assistant206.firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a wide range of internship and employment opportunities in criminal justice at the local and national level. Below are some of the agencies that have current openings and/or with whom our students have interned or have obtained employment upon graduation. This is by no means an exhaustive list of internship/employment opportunities. The best approach to seeking an internship or employment is to go to city, county, state, or federal agency websites to explore current openings.
See: Sample listing of internship opportunities.
To register for an internship, submit the following completed forms to the Administrative Assistant:
For internship registration information and forms, click here.
At the end of the internship, submit the final project/product (as agreed upon by the internship advisor, Dr. Stephen K. Rice) in addition to the following:
Note: The internship contract requires the signature of both your agency supervisor and the internship advisor. A paragraph description is also necessary for submission for Office of the Registrar.
Families & Friends of Violent Crime VictimsSeattle Municipal Court ProbationSeattle Police DepartmentKing County Prosecutor's OfficeKing County Department of Juvenile & Adult Detention
Seattle Police DepartmentPort of Seattle PoliceKing County Law, Safety, & Justice PositionsPioneer Human ServicesWashington State Gambling Commission Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission - Employment ListingsDSHS Special Commitment Center