Tuesday, August 17, 2010

U.S. Marshals Service Centralized Student Career Experience Program

Centralized Student Career Experience Program(CSCEP) is a cooperative program that prepares undergraduate students for the Deputy U.S. Marshal (DUSM) position. It is a 16 week (640 hour) work-study program for college students pursuing degrees in criminal justice, political science, psychology, public administration, sociology, or social science with a concentration in one of the majors listed. CSCEP allows students to apply classroom experience to the real world, and offers work experience in the public sector. Students who successfully complete the program may be noncompetitively converted to a DUSM position.

Eligibility Requirements

■ Students must be attending a college/university that has a CSCEP agreement with the USMS. The list of
participating schools is subject to change annually.
■ Students must also: Be U.S. Citizens
■ Be at least 20 years of age
■ Be Juniors or Seniors
■ Be at least half-time students
■ Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 in their major field of study and an overall GPA of 2.75
■ Have a valid driver's license and a good driving record
■ Successfully complete a structured interview
■ Successfully complete a full-field background investigation
■ Meet the USMS medical qualifications
■ Be in excellent physical condition and successfully pass the physical fitness test Fitness Standards for Men
Fitness Standards for Women
■ Successfully complete the 16-week work experience before completing their degree requirements

Visit www.usmarshals.gov/careers/csep/html for full details.

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