Jumpstarting Your Career: An Internship Guide for Criminal Justice

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Pearson Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 142 pages
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This guide for readers provides information about obtaining valuable internships and making the successful transition to employment. It focuses on the many issues involved in the total internship experience.The author's personal experience as an intern and as a coordinator for internship placements makes this book topical and important. Only the best information available from psychology, social work, and other disciplines was used to cover the following topics: goals and objectives, the field-placement process, agency concerns, the intern's role, supervision, values and ethical standards, evaluation, and future careers.An excellent resource for those seeking employment in the criminal justice field, as well as supervisors and field placement supervisors.

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Contents

The Concept of Internships
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Goals and Instructional Objectives
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FieldPlacement Process
17
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