NOTE: Criminology internships are open only to majors.
CRIM 180/181/182 General Requirements
Attendance at an Internship Orientation Meeting (no more than two semesters earlier) is mandatory in order to enroll in the Internship classes!
There are six required meetings during each semester in which you are enrolled in an internship.
If you are enrolling for an internship during the summer, you must first obtain permission from the Criminology office.
You will have the opportunity to sign up for specific agencies during the first scheduled internship meeting, (footnoted in the Schedule of Courses) unless you have already been accepted by an agency on your own efforts.
For professional experience substitution consideration, consult your assigned internship faculty no later than prior to or during the first internship meeting. Professional Experience Guidelines.
- Placement and Discussion of Job Descriptions and Applications
- Applications and Behavioral Expectations
- Oral Boards
- Background Investigations
- Psychological Testing
- Final class meeting-all required material must be turned in by this date.
Students not currently enrolled for Internship Credit must
first attend an Internship Orientation.
Click here for the INTERNSHIP POLICY AND FORMS PACKET
- Internship Data Card
- Student Internship Placement Policy and Procedures
- Form C: Memorandum of Understanding Form
- Form D: Intern Midterm Evaluation Questionnaire
- Form E: Intern Final Evaluation Questionnaire
- Form F: Weekly Log and Journal
Organizations offering volunteer opportunities via Volunteer Fresno
You must first contact your internship instructor/advisor/coordinator before selecting organizations through Volunteer Fresno.
Additional resume assistance and career-related information can be obtained from Dr. Schweizer's Criminal Justice Website.