Employment and Internships



10:00 AM CST January 28, 2019 - Saturday 10:00 AM CST February 2, 2019.










General Requirements

  • Applicants must be U.S. citizens and at least 21 years of age and less than 37 years of age at the time of appointment, except for preference-eligible veterans for whom there is currently no maximum age limit.
  • Male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must have registered with the Selective Service prior to applying.
  • The applicant must possess a conferred Bachelor’s Degree from a college or university that is accredited by a regional or national organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, hold a current valid state driver’s license issued not less than two years prior to the application, have no felony convictions or a misdemeanor conviction involving domestic violence (felony and misdemeanor charges may also render the applicant ineligible), pass a comprehensive visual examination and a hearing acuity test, and be in good physical condition, with weight in proportion to height, and possess emotional and mental stability.

In addition, the applicant must demonstrate the following attributes, as measured by the Assessment Center evaluation: (1) write and speak English clearly, (2) schedule and complete activities in a logical, timely sequence, (3) comprehend and execute instructions written and spoken in English, (4) think clearly and comprehend verbal and nonverbal information, (5) interact with others to obtain or exchange information or services, and (6) perceive or identify relevant details and associate them with other facts.


Applicants can apply once, twice at the most, during their lifetime.  Ensure that you meet all requirements and that all online questions are completed properly before submitting your application.  If you have problems with the USPIS hiring portal system, contact pirecruitment@uspis.gov for assistance.





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For more information about internships within The School of Criminal Justice, Forensic Science and Security, please see Dr. Lisa Nored (Criminal Justice majors) and Dr. Dean Bertram (Forensic Science majors).