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Unpaid Student Intern (ID: 109168) for Fall 2022


Division Of State Police

55 Crystal Run Road
Middletown , NY 10941
E-Mail: personnel@troopers.ny.gov
Phone: (518) 457-3840

Division/Unit: Troop F Headquarters


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


Proposal Information


The goal of the Internship Program is to provide the student with real-world work experience in the field of their degree.


*Assist the Unit in which they are assigned with research, presentation preparation and other assignments related to the mission of the section.
*Interact with State Police sworn members and non-sworn members on a variety of levels.
*Follow directives from their mentor.
*Work on special projects by:
*Researching and documenting the application of Criminal Justice theories to the work and duties of the New York State Police.
*Help to research, compile and maintain databases with information pertaining to the section they are assigned.
*Information gathering for up-coming initiatives (crime rates, motor vehicle statistics, etc.)
*Troop and Zone interns will job-shadow employees assigned to different details in the Troop, such as Communications, Traffic, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Forensic Identification Unit, etc.
*Upon completion of the internship, the student will provide a written report on their experience with the New York State Police.

Applicants must meet the New York State Student Intern Eligibility Requirements (https://www.cs.ny.gov/nnyl/elig.cfm) 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.



Excellent work ethic

Excellent organizational skills

Self-motivated, directed & disciplined


Internship Areas: Criminal Justice/Corrections, Homeland Security

Logistical Information

Payment? Unpaid

Number of Hours: 30 or more

Location: Orange

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing Junior

Minimum Standing: Junior

Degree Concentrations: Criminal Justice/Homeland Security