Dozens of local, state and federal agencies were in Flint Tuesday recruiting people interested in working in criminal justice.
The criminal justice department at Mott Community College hosted the 16th annual Criminal Justice Career Fair.
Flint police, Michigan State Police, the FBI and even the armed services were on hand to talk to job seekers and collect resumes.
Dr. Avon Burns, MCC criminal justice professor, said opportunities in criminal justice continue to grow, and it doesnâ??t just involve police work. It could involve working with troubled youth or providing security for hospitals and private sector businesses.
"Criminal justice changing, it's evolving, it's a lot more diverse than it was in the past,â?? Dr. Burns said.
If you missed the career fair and would like information on a criminal justice job, you can head to the Mott Community College Career Resource Center. You can call them at (810) 762-0250 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Itâ??s always open to the general public.