The Sociology-Criminology Club is an academic forum for students majoring in Sociology-Criminology to discuss and explore issues related to society and crime as well as obtain information on relevant career opportunities.
Club activities have included a career fair, tours of various criminal justice agencies (crime labs, juvenile facilities, and adult penitentiaries), an overnight ghost-hunt at a closed state prison, and a variety of guest speakers, including local and regional criminologists, federal law enforcement agents, and former inmates and ex-offenders.
The club is also a gateway organization to Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honors society. Looking for a resume builder with fun and valuable opportunities? Here's your club.
Organization email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty adviser: Dr. Nicole Kaufman