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U.S. Department of Justice-

United States Marshals Service, District of Arizona - Phoenix Division is now accepting applications for the student internship program.

The United States Marshals Service would like to extend a unique educational experience for undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or Global Security.

You will work with the U.S. Marshals Offices in Phoenix, AZ for a semester and observe first-hand the duties and responsibilities of the men and women who comprise the nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency.


Be a junior or senior with at least 3.0 GPA

Be a United States Citizen

Pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or Global Security

Receive a recommendation from University Faculty

Complete an Interview

Pass a Background Investigation and Drug Test
To complete the internship, students must work a minimum of 150 hours at the U.S. Marshals Office in Phoenix, AZ.  You must also fulfill any obligations required by your University in association with the internship. For more information on the intern requirements of your school, please contact the Internship Director.

This is an unpaid internship that will fulfill the requirements of your course curriculum.
For further information concerning this opportunity, please contact:
Heather Begley-Deputy U.S. Marshal                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

For more information on the USMS check our website at

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