Student Activities, Reference and Career Resources
Criminal Justice Society
Pace University’s Criminal Justice Society (CRJS) is committed to involving students more actively in the field. Active on both the New York City and Pleasantville campuses, we offer weekly meetings, as well as bi-monthly events, for our student members.
Being a member of the Criminal Justice Society is a great way to network, learn about opportunities within the field, and enhance your resume.
Each semester, we invite speakers such as prosecutors, advocates from domestic violence agencies, and police commissioners/chiefs to speak with students, and we also host career panels with a variety of criminal justice professionals. Please consider joining us. Contact one of the CRJS Advisers or a member of the CRJS Executive Board to find out the dates, time, and locations of upcoming meetings.
Criminal Justice Society Advisers
You may also contact the Criminal Justice Society Advisers for further information:
The Criminal Justice discipline bases its citation formats on the Chicago Manual of Style, so if you are majoring in criminal justice, you may want to invest in a copy of this important resource. You can read more about it, and get a copy, by visiting the Chicago Manual of Style website.
If you would like to examine “quick guides” that will help you to cite your sources correctly, we recommend the following websites:
- Examples of Chicago Style Documentation
- Quick Style Guide for Students Writing Criminal Justice/Criminology Research Papers
Career Services at Pace University has compiled an excellent list of resources for preparing for your job search and for planning your career in the criminal justice and law fields.
If you are interested in a career with the federal goverment, we encourage you to visit the following: