Criminal Justice Employment

Through campus events, online resources, and career planning advising, the Department of Criminal Justice helps students who are planning for a criminal justice career or who are planning to pursue graduate education in criminal justice.



On October 22, 2014, the Department of Criminal Justice offered a seminar titled "The Criminal Justice Employment Process," focused on providing guidance and advice to students pursuing a career in law enforcement.  Represented were the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, the Radford City Police Department, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.  PowerPoint slides from the presentation are available here.

Lambda Alpha Epsilon and the Radford University Career Services and Community Engagement Office hosted the Criminal Justice and Nonprofit Career Fair on Wednesday, October 8, 2014.  Federal, regional, and local law enforcement agencies, offering internships, jobs, and career advice, were on campus to talk with interested students.  This event provided an excellent opportunity to network with criminal justice agencies and practitioners.  Stay tuned for information about future criminal justice career fairs!

Radford University Resources

Handouts from Criminal Justice Career Planning Seminar:

Criminal Justice Career Planning

Continuing Your Education

Finding Jobs: Some Useful Websites