Criminology Internships

An internship serves to bridge theory with clinical and practical experiences within the various components of the criminal justice system. FDU has partnered with over 115 federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies, as well as with numerous private, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations.

“THE LADDER OF SUCCESS IS BEST CLIMBED BY STEPPING ON THE RUNGS OF OPPORTUNITY”​ – Ayn Rand

EDUCATION

Expand your education in the Criminology field by taking your studies outside the classroom.

“EDUCATION IS THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON WHICH YOU CAN USE TO CHANGE THE WORLD” – Nelson Mandela

EXPERIENCE

Get hands on experience working in real work environments. You’ll get to know the ins and outs of careers you’ll encounter after completing your studies.

“THE ONLY SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE IS EXPERIENCE” – Albert Einstein

NETWORKING

Work aside industry professionals and form lasting connections that will help shape your education and career.

“NETWORKING IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF BUILDING WEALTH” – Armstrong Williams

Internship Opportunities
Click on each internship title to download applications and information.
Available Opportunities

Application Instructions

Students should look at the various internship opportunities available through Fairleigh Dickinson under the Internships section of the website.  All instructions for applying to these internships are included.  Students should apply to internships of interest on the website or students may choose to seek other internships on their own.  Once a student has been offered and decides to accept an internship, the following forms and instructions should be utilized.  Please read through all of this carefully as these documents provide clear instructions on how to register and the requirements for the internship course.

Contact Information
Meghan Sacks
meghan_sacks@fdu.edu
Criminology Program Director
(973) 443-8745
Dept. of Social Sciences & History Fairleigh Dickinson University 285 Madison Avenue, M-MS3-02 Madison, NJ 07940