Internships with Campus Safety

Interns will work with experienced professionals in the field of emergency management and public safety, obtain a greater understanding of career possibilities and areas of interest, and gain marketability for employment opportunities after graduation.

Pay: Unpaid

Duration: Spring, Summer or Fall Semester

Time Commitment: Interns should commit at least 15  hours per week during regular business hours of Monday through Friday between 9:oo a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Interns may be asked to work outside of normal business hours for special events or exercises. Flexible hours are accepted on a case by case basis.

Dress Code: A casual appearance with campus safety attire is preferred. A campus safety shirt will be provided. Closed toe shoes are required.

Code of Conduct: Interns are expected to:

  • Assume personal and professional responsibility for his/her actions and activities
  • Maintain professional relationships with University students, faculty, and staff
  • Relate and apply knowledge acquired in the academic setting to the professional setting
  • Be consistent and punctual in the submission of all work assignments.
  • Academic Credit: Contact your internship coordinator for requirements and gain course credit.

Duties: The primary duty of the campus safety and emergency management intern will be to provide technical and administrative assistance on emergency management projects. These projects may involve exercise design and development, preparing incident action plans, editing critical emergency management documents and conducting public information and outreach. Duties may also include assisting staff with day-to-day operations in Campus Safety and Emergency Management.

Interns will also:
  • Research and apply for federal and state grants
  • Take notes and memos during meetings
  • Conduct independent research into security improvements, training exercises,  and new preparedness procedures
  • Assist campus safety officers on patrols on campus and staff the guardhouse to greet visitors and field incoming calls

 

Applicants should fill out an application HERE. Submit the application and a resume to Nathan Hupp, Emergency Manager, nhupp@marymount.edu

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

 

Lilia Griffin
Senior at Marymount University
Majoring in Criminal Justice

 

 

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

 

Jasmine Gutierrez
Senior at Marymount with a Major in Criminal Justice
Dean’s List for Multiple Semester

 

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

Lizzy Bacha
Senior Majoring in Criminal Justice with a double Minor in Forensic Computing and Information Technology
Dean’s List for Multiple Semesters

 

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

 

Nathalie M. Garcia
Senior at Marymount University
Criminal Justice Major with a Minor in Psychology

 

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

Shea Smith
Psychology Major with Minors in Forensic Psychology and Forensic and Criminal Investigations
Women’s Lacrosse, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Co-President
Dean’s List for Multiple Semesters

 

Spring 2021 Intern(s):

Kristyna McCullough
Criminal Justice Major with Minors in Biology and Forensic and Criminal Investigations
Dean’s List for Multiple Semesters

 

 

Summer 2020 Intern(s):

Kaitlin Berger

Kaitlin Berger
Criminal Justice Major with a Minor in Psychology
Fulbright Award recipient for the fall semester to study in International Law Enforcement at The National University of Public Service in Budapest, Hungary

 

 

Fall 2020 Intern(s):

Karen Reyes
Criminal Justice Major
All-Atlantic East First Team for Women’s 2019 Soccer
Signed a professional deal with Finnish football(soccer) powerhouse Åland United this Fall 2020