TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Some students at Indiana State University got up close and personal with law enforcement today.
That's through the Criminology and Criminal Justice Career Fair.
There, students could interact with state, local, and federal agencies.
This included local officers and deputies, up to agencies like the ATF, FBI, or the TSA.
Organizers say the fair gives students the chance to make connections with potential future employers. They add that some students have even ended up scoring jobs because of the event.
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