Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville (MSB) hosted a criminal justice career fair. Partnering with MSB-Shakopee as well as Matthew Stiehm, criminal justice program chair, helped to get as many criminal justice students and employers on campus as possible.
The event was held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with students from surrounding campuses invited as well as the public. Employers such as Dakota County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Corrections, FBI, Cantebury Park and Des Moines Police Department attended the event to recruit for multiple full-time, part-time and volunteer positions.
Amber Conrade, director of career services for MSB-Lakeville, stated, “We typically do two career fairs a year, one in fall and one in spring. It was really nice to host a fair that was specific to one of the programs offered on campus. We will definitely look into job fairs for other programs offered here.”
A MSB-Lakeville criminal justice student Heath Glassburn, who participated in the fair, said that, “the Criminal justice career fair was a good opportunity to see what sort of careers are out there in the job market for criminal justice students. This career fair showcased a variety of different careers at different levels of law enforcement, corrections, and security as there were employers from federal, state and local agencies. There was also time to interact with the members and contact information for future career prospects.”
The MSB-Lakeville campus will also be hosting a general career fair on Wednesday, May 21st from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. that will also be open to the public and all campuses.
Please contact Amber Conrade, Director of Career Services at 952-892-9019 or send her an email for more information.