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Programs and Resources

Please see the sections on the left for tip sheets and other helpful information. Below is a brief description of each page.

The Elevator Speech: Tips and examples of how to communicate the value you could provide in a sentence or two and then try to open up the conversation.

Career Development and Jobs Search Resources for Adult Students: Provides recommended resources to supplement your job search, career change research or networking options.

Jennings Library: This page provides research guides created and maintained by your librarians as well as individual guides that cover broad subject areas, general research techniques and specific topics.

Health Career Connection: Connects interns and alumni to real world exposure, experience, mentoring and networking that assists them in achieving their goals in the health profession.

LAW ENFORCEMENT CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

The New Jersey Police Community Affairs Officers Association (NJPCAOA) has partnered with the Bergen County Sheriff’s & Prosecutor’s Offices along with colleges and universities and law enforcement groups throughout New Jersey in the development of the Law Enforcement Career Development Program.

This program introduces participants to the work of law enforcement in order to broaden their perspectives and understanding of the criminal justice system, and to better prepare them to become viable candidates in the field.

The 10-week comprehensive series is designed to prepare college students for careers in law enforcement as well as teach students about the profession as a whole. It is further designed to give participants a closer look at law enforcement by exposing them to practical scenarios and hands-on instruction.

The series is recommended for every student interested in Criminal Justice, Social Sciences, and Justice Studies, as well as those students who are undecided but have an interest in pursuing careers in the field of legal justice.
Applications are due NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 15, 2019

PLEASE READ THE SYLLABUS AND APPLICATION CAREFULLY and contact the Career Planning and Development Office if you have any questions at careers@caldwell.edu, 973-618-3290 or stop by our office in Aquinas 109.