Learn more about the Global Terrorism Minor!
Apply for the Spring 2018 semester! All applicants must have 30 academic credits; 15 of which must be University of Maryland credits. The minor program is only open to University of Maryland undergraduates.
Join us for an information session on one of the following dates:
START accepts applications to the program from University of Maryland undergraduates twice per calendar year, once during the spring semester and once during the fall semester. Students from all colleges and majors are encouraged to apply.
Monday, January 22, 2018
The Gun Intelligence Unit of Prince George’s County Police Department is currently in search of an intern for the Spring 2018 semester. The intern will be responsible for data gathering and data entry for a longer term gun violence reduction program. In addition to working with data, the intern will attend meetings for increased knowledge and understanding of the project.
Please send a copy of your resume to CCJS Advising (firstname.lastname@example.org). All applications are due by on .
USG Emerging Leader Badge
Prove your leadership skills to employers by joining the USG Emerging Leader Badge! Only 10-15 hours of work will earn you a nationally recognized credential and other gifts. Enrollment encouraged by Rose Jackson-Speiser.: email
Check out the flyer below for more information on this great event being held at USG.
Our very own program director, Dr. Wendy Stickle, will be speaking at this event about human trafficking!
To RSVP, click here:
Friday, January 19, 2018
CALL FOR APPLICANTS
2018 Army ROTC Summer Leadership Symposium
University of Maryland Army ROTC invites applications to the 2018 Army ROTC Summer Leadership Symposium at Fort Knox, Kentucky from in order to collaborate with centers of influence among college students and potential college students, thereby enhancing key leader’s understanding and perception of Army Officers and their development process.
The Symposium seeks to gather leaders from academia, athletics, business and other fields who have a stake in developing potential in youth. It is a forum to share ideas about Army Officer Education, and to better understand the role of the Army Officer in society. It is an all-expenses paid opportunity to tour the largest annual training event in the Army – Advanced Camp - where cadets from across the nation gather to improve their leadership acumen and demonstrate their readiness to lead our nation’s defense.
Key Symposium elements include:
· Demonstrates the value of Army Officership as a career, as well as Army expertise in leadership and leader development
· Touring training events and meeting the exceptional young men and women who are current ROTC cadets
· Presentations on the Army ROTC program and its place in American higher education
· Networking with other national leaders in education, athletics, business and other fields of endeavor
· Opportunities to shape the future of ROTC through written feedback, seminars and discussions