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Unpaid Student Intern (ID: 109113) for Fall 2022


Division of State Police

New York State Police Academy, Building #24
Albany , NY 12226
E-Mail: personnel@troopers.ny.gov
Phone: (518) 457-3840

Division/Unit: NYSP Academy


Web Site: https://troopers.ny.gov/(New Window)


Proposal Information


*Development of Law Enforcement - Training Guides; PowerPoint Presentations and Assessment/Evaluation tools
*Training format will include In-person, instructor-led classroom presentations; Video content/pre-production and online course development
*Will work with professionals in the agency such as researchers; Sworn Members; Division Counsel and Civilians and training partner agencies like Government (DCJS, local municipalities) and non-Government Partners in training ACLU, ADL, etc.

Applicants must meet the New York State Student Intern Eligibility Requirements in order to apply for an internship.

In addition to uploading your resume onto the New York State Student Intern Program portal, a New York State Police Application for Internship, a New York State Police Release of Information form, a letter of recommendation from your school and most recent transcripts MUST also be submitted. The application and release are available at https://troopers.ny.gov/internships .

Please mail the application, release, letter of recommendation and transcripts to:

New York State Police
Internship Program Coordinator
1220 Washington Avenue, Building #22
Albany, NY 12226

*Prior to beginning an Internship, the student must pass a background investigation. This process could take up to two (2) months to complete.



Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite

Public speaking

Strong organizational skills

Strong written and verbal communication


Internship Areas: Criminal Justice/Corrections, Homeland Security

Logistical Information

Payment? Unpaid

Number of Hours: 30 or more

Location: Albany

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing Junior

Minimum Standing: Junior

Degree Concentrations: Criminal Justice/Homeland Security