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Job Category:
Law Enforcement
Industry:
Law Enforcement & Security
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Compensation:
Competitive
Posted:
9/13/2011
NYPD Cadet Corps Internship Program - Fall 2011
(This job is no longer available)
NYPD Cadet Corps | New York City, NY
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Lead, learn and earn with the NYPD Cadet Corps! Receive up to $20,000 in tuition assistance and a $14.16 hourly wage. The NYPD Cadet Corps provides real life training and experience that can't be beat. This opportunity is open to all qualified college men and women with a minimum 45 credits and a 2.0 GPA who are looking to experience the challenges and rewards of an exciting law enforcement career with the NYPD. The Cadet Corps represents a major initiative designed to ensure that future Police Officers are better educated and more representative of the diversity of New York City. The Cadet Corps is first and foremost an internship program that offers varied work assignments, and unlimited opportunities. You will be working in various roles with some of the best Department personnel, along with the community, in order to help resolve real life problems. We also offer significant financial benefits including $14.16 per hour through full-time summer and part time school year employment and tuition assistance up to $20,000 annually. The Cadet Corps is a unique opportunity to experience what it's like to work with Police Officers, while testing your ability and commitment to improve the quality of life for the people of New York City. Upcoming Orientation Dates & Times: * Tuesday September 27, 2011 @ 4:00 pm FILLED! * Monday October 10, 2011 @ 10:00 am * Friday November 11, 2011 @ 10:00 am * Friday December, 16, 2011 @ 4:00 pm * Don't delay - dates and space are limited. For more information, including qualifications, and to register for an upcoming Cadet Orientation, please click the 'Apply' button below. Please include your full name, address, college attending, number of credits, and an e-mail address. When asked how you heard about the NYPD Cadet Program, please select "EMAIL - AfterCollege Career Network"

 

Qualifications

Requirements To Qualify You Must: - Reside within New York City (5 boroughs) - Presently attend a New York City, Nassau or Westchester County accredited four (4) year college - Be enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program - Have at least 45 credits by the time of hire but less than 95 credits - Be at least 18 years old and be able to meet the maximum age requirements to be a Police Officer upon graduation from college Step up and sign up for our Orientation Classes and an exciting career with the New York City Police Department Cadet Corps today. NYPD Cadet Corp is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

About NYPD Cadet Corps

The NYPD Cadet Corps plays an integral role in the everyday operations of the New York City Police Department. Though while the duties you will perform are mostly administrative (filing, database entry, answering phones, logging incoming mail), there will be no shortage of problem-solving situations and other police related activities for you to be involved with. Because the fact is, without Cadets like you, the NYPD could not continue as successfully as we do. And in exchange for your commitment and hard work, we'll provide you with an outstanding hourly wage ($14.16) and invaluable experience as you learn the inner workings of our operations.

With over 300 specialized units to choose from, Cadets gain the knowledge and experience to advance their career within the NYPD. It is proven that those who participate in this program are more prepared to receive greater promotional opportunities down the line than those who do not, proving this opportunity to truly be a win-win for everyone. Become properly prepared for a successful police career. Step up-and sign up — today!