Criminal Justice Summer Camp 2018

Experience a different kind of summer day camp

Students observe first hand and participate in mock crime scenes and a mock criminal trial. Additionally, students are able to see demonstrations of bomb squads, K-9 units, and SWAT teams. Visit to police Marine Units, 911 call centers, and the FBI offices offer unique opportunities to see this aspect of the criminal justice system in action.

Camp details

  • Ideal for: High school students interested in Criminology and Criminal Justice who love forensics, or the idea of becoming lawyers or FBI agents
  • Campers must be ages 14-18 and entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade by fall of 2018.
  • Dates: Session 1 is June 10-12 and Session 2 is July 8-12
  • Location: FAU Boca Raton Campus
  • Registration Deadline: July 1st for Session 2 (limited to 15 students)
  • Camp Coordinators: Professor Sigal Rubin and Professor Lisa Dario

Photos from Summer Session 1

Photos from Summer Session 2

See all camp photos on our FAU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Facebook Page!

SCCJ Hosts the Spring 2018 Internship and Career Fair


The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice hosted the Spring 2018 Internship and Career Fair.  Over 50 municipal, county, state, federal and private justice agencies participated.  The West Palm Beach Police Department’s Cops and Scholars program brought students and staff from Forest Hill High School to campus to experience the Fair, enjoy lunch, and tour the FAU Police Department and Stadium.  Go OWLS!

Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair

FAU Career Center and The American Criminal Justice Association present
Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair

Thursday, Feb. 22 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Breezeway | Boca Raton campus

View companies attending and their employment opportunities on OWL CareerLink

Only for FAU Students and Alumni

  • Register at OWL CareerLink
  • Bring multiple résumés
  • Dress professionally | 561-297-3533 |