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The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) Paid Internship Program promotes an accessible and equitable pathway, seeking diverse undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a rewarding career in public safety, criminal justice, and homeland security.
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security is offering an exciting professional work experience for students who are Massachusetts residents or enrolled in an institution of higher learning in Massachusetts. The paid internship program is an in-person internship within EOPSS agencies to provide students from diverse backgrounds a real-world experience in public service. The program is designed to provide students with professional exposure to a variety of public safety-related agencies across the Secretariat, including the Massachusetts State Police, the Massachusetts State Police Crime Lab, the Office of Grants and Research, the Massachusetts Parole Board, the Municipal Police Training Committee, the Sex Offender Registry Board, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services, the Department of Fire Services, State 911, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the Massachusetts National Guard, and the Massachusetts Department of Correction. This program is designed to provide interns with a wide array of public safety and criminal justice policy matters including responsibilities in areas such as:
Employer Job ID: 230009VA
Required graduation year
2024 - 2028
Number of positions available
• Must be enrolled in a college or university
• Students enrolled in the internship program will be screened for a CORI background check
Application and Attachments Checklist:
Application through MassCareers
1. Which agency(s) interests you the most within EOPSS and why?
2. Tell us about an assignment or project from start to finish (identifying the situation, task, action, and result). What went well, and what would you have done differently?
All job applications, including required attachments identified in this posting, must be submitted online through MassCareers to be considered.
About Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
Skills you'll need for this internship
provided by employer
How will you be compensated for this role?
provided by employer
What happens after you send in your application?
Interviews for this role are expected to start on 01/15/24. If Executive Office of Public Safety and Security chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.
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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs
That get hired for this type of internship
Kinesiology And Exercise Science10%
Criminal Justice And Corrections3%
167 other majors72%
(National average offered by employers)
For New England region
Typical pay range:
$17.21 - $22.13
For Boston, MA | $5,444/mo
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