Please join us on Wednesday, October 26 for an Open House in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice
in the Behavioral Sciences Building, room 4011 between 10am and 2pm.
Our theme this year is "Building a Career With Your CLJ Degree" and we have planned four panels that will highlight the numerous ways that students can strategize and think more creatively about their future careers in a changing market.
Students are invited to attend panels that will address career and service opportunities in Working with Immigrants, Working with Youth, and Working with Incarcerated Persons. Come hear representatives from non-profit and grassroots-based agencies talk about how they pursued careers as advocates for groups confronting the justice system, or with groups who work for social justice. Explore opportunities to enhance your education by pursuing internship and volunteer opportunities with Chicago’s service and social justice-focused organizations.
Session One: Internships and How to Think About Building a Career
Robin Hursey, LAS Internship Advising, UIC
Jaime Velasquez, Career Services, UIC
Session Two: Internship Experiences
Ahissa Bustos, Former Internship Student
Vince DeCicco, Former Internship Student
Emilia Rodriguez, Former Internship Student
Session Three: Professionals I
Ron De Wald, Assistant U.S. Attorney
Marcus King, Community Outreach Organizer, Illinois Dept. of Corrections
Linda Sobotka, Cook County Public Defender’s Office
Session Four: Professionals II
Marc Buslik, Police Commander, Chicago Police Department
Mary Roche, Paralegal, National Immigrants Justice Center
Sarah Ross and Colleague from Prison + Neighborhood Art Project (P-NAP)
Celina Villanueva, Illinois Coalition for Immigrants and Refugee Rights
Please spread the word--everyone is welcome to attend one or more panels!
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REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED