​​Part of the Criminal Justice Program includes an internship - CRJ 932. Students are eligible to participate in this internship after completing 24 semester hours in Criminal Justice Classes. Note: It is the student's responsibility to seek and secure an internship.

Information About the Internship

How to Apply
Print and complete the following forms. Contact Jessica Cole at​ or 515-964-6615 to schedule a meeting in order to be considered for the internship program.

Report & Evaluation Forms​

​Employment in the criminal justice field is highly dependent upon one's character and background. Students who have a criminal history may complete the program of study, but it is NOT likely that they will find employment in the criminal justice field, and students with a criminal history may NOT be eligible for an internship, which is required for the AAS degree.