My name is Shanell. I'm currently looking for an internship or and full-time job. I have my associate's degree in criminal justice and currently working on my bachelor's. My goal is to become a forensic investigator, currently in Texas.
Did you know that your local Texas Workforce Commission offers subsidized employment?
Subsidized Employment allows for the jobseeker (who meets the Eligibility criteria) to work for a company for a period of up to 12 weeks, whose wages will be paid by the Texas Workforce Commission. This is prior to becoming a permanent Full-time Employee after this time period. Please note, Subsidized Employment is funded by a Federal Grant where the jobseeker's wages are paid for by the program for a period of time. This is a Federal Funded program through the Texas Workforce Commission.
For more information, contact your local Texas workforce commission representative.
12 criminal justice internship jobs in Texas:
15 forensics criminal justice internship jobs in United States:
34 Fed Gov criminal justice internships, United States
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Great question and thank you for posting in ACP AdvisorNet! Have you looked into various internship opportunities with Hiring Our Heroes, DOD Skillbridge, etc? FEMA also offers training that you may find useful, https://training.fema.gov/is/crslist.aspx.
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