The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for its internship program.
The observational and experiential program designed for college students who are pursuing a career in law enforcement will be conducted this summer. The opportunity provides a learning environment based on on-the-job experience while working closely with state troopers in all realms of law enforcement. A majority of the internship will be time spent in the field engaged in a ridealong program with various members of ISP.
All interested students ages 18 and older must complete an application in its entirety and provide a 500-word essay by March 4. To apply and read full details, visit governmentjobs.com/careers/indianasp/jobs/3412182/isp-intern.
The program is unpaid but will offer college credit. ISP will host two or three interns per semester, including the summer, at each of the 14 districts throughout the state.