LAW & GOVERNMENT CAREER EXPLORING
National Director: Doug Brown
Law & Government Career Exploring is open to young men and women ages 14 (and completed the 8th grade) and not yet 21 years old with an interest in learning more about careers in the fields of Law & Government.
Law & Government Exploring is a hands-on program that exposes participants to many career opportunities.
The most popular Law & Government Exploring careers include:
You get to experience firsthand what it’s like to serve as a prosecuting and defense attorney; conduct legal research vital to the success of a case; meet with sitting judges who interpret the law every day; visit inmates in a jail; participate in a mock trial competition; run a military obstacle course; make decisions for a city or state government; practice some of the several hundred military skills; and much more…
You will develop:
You will have an opportunity to participate in hands-on projects to give you a real feel for whether this career is the right one for you.
You will have an opportunity to network with professionals who work in these careers every day – they are using the latest technology, they are aware of emerging trends, they know what it takes to get into college for their specific career.
You will learn about the educational requirements for a career in Law & Government and will receive tangible advice on steps you could take now to prepare and position yourself for a successful career in the field of Law & Government
Law & Government Career Exploring will provide you with the following benefits:
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