Lambda Alpha Epsilon is hosting a career fair for criminal justice majors from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, in the Muse Banquet Hall.
The Criminal Justice Career Invitational is scheduled to host representatives from a number of police and criminal justice-related agencies, including the Virginia State Police, U.S. Marshals Service and Chesterfield County Police Department.
"The career fair is being held in the fall to help students be exposed to agencies that they will be able to work for, network and make a connection with recruiters, and get students to apply early in order to ensure a job after graduation," said Nazem Hachwi, president of Lambda Alpha Epsilon.
Most police background and entrance processes take a few months to conduct, Hachwi noted. "By applying early, it will help students ensure a future in law enforcement by the time of graduation."
Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a professional criminal justice fraternity whose members participate in variety of criminal justice and service-related activities. To learn more, contact Hachwi at firstname.lastname@example.org.