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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

PITT-BRADFORD CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR RECEIVES INTERNSHIP WITH U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE

PITT-BRADFORD CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR RECEIVES INTERNSHIP WITH U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE

BRADFORD, Pa. – A senior criminal justice major at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has secured an internship with the U.S. Marshals Service for this summer.

Ryan Monoski of Mill Hall will spend 270 hours at the U.S. Courthouse in Williamsport, observing marshals at work in the courtroom and holding cells and helping perform research.

Monoski was one of two students chosen for an internship in the marshals’ Williamsport field office, for which he applied a year ago and underwent a drug screening and background check.

“It was a lot different than the typical summer job interview,” he said, explaining that the interview was more extensive.

Dr. Bernie Meyer, associate professor of criminal justice, said, “Getting an internship with the U.S. Marshals is very competitive. It’s going to be a great opportunity for Ryan to see what the marshals do and help him decide what he wants to do with his future.”

Dr. Tony Gaskew, assistant professor of criminal justice, said, “Ryan is one of the best criminal justice majors in our program and has an extremely bright law enforcement future. His federal internship with the U.S. Marshals Service is simply a reflection of his hard work and is an amazing accomplishment.”

The son of two social workers, Monoski said he has always wanted to pursue a career in criminal justice.

After graduating in December 2010, Monoski he would like to work with the Marshals Service or another federal agency.

Monoski is currently working on his senior capstone thesis about risk-taking behavior among college students. He is a member of the Criminal Justice Club and represents the club in the Student Government Association.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to this young man. Hard work and dedication have their rewards. All the best to him.