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Our dedicated alumni support the Criminal Justice program at Norwich in many ways. They serve as guest lecturers, share insights about jobs and placement tests, and help organize field trips to federal law enforcement agencies in the nation’s capitol and state criminal justice agencies around New England. Our distinguished alumni also serve as mentors who offer career counseling and actively recruit current majors to their respective criminal justice agencies.

We offer our own study abroad program to Chengdu, China, an undergraduate research program mentored by professors, career fairs, and an annual CSI Symposium. Students have opportunities for internships at federal agencies and state agencies such as the Attorney General’s Office, Vermont State Police, Fish and Game Department, probation and parole, and motor vehicle enforcement.

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