Law Enforcement Career Fair at Manassas

Law Enforcement Career Fair at Manassas
Dr. Victoria Hill-Megginson (front left) and Dr. Russ Carter (far right) serve as co-advisors for the club.

The Manassas Campus held a Law Enforcement and Intelligence Community Career Fair on April 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Hosted by the Manassas Campus Chapter of Sigma Chi Nu of the American Criminal Justice Association, Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE), the free event attracted recruiters from federal agencies, state and municipal police departments, county agencies, military, private companies and educational institutions.

“We hold a job fair every year to give our students and the community the opportunity to discuss career possibilities with a wide array of potential employers,” said Dr. Russ Carter, longtime advisor to the Manassas Campus LAE chapter.

Law Enforcement Career Fair at Manassas In addition to learning about opportunities in law enforcement, club members gained valuable event management skills by organizing and managing the job fair.

“Special thanks to Student Life (Carrin Dresser, Marcie Schreibman and Arielle Lofton) and the Provost’s Office for providing support for this event,” Carter said. “I’d also like to thank the chapter’s co-advisor, Dr. Victoria Hill-Megginson, Adjunct Professor Sandi Sale, and all the recruiters who took the time out of their busy schedules to attend the event and to meet with our students.”

To learn more, contact Carter at

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