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CJS Virtual Mock Interviews

Tags: Vol. 1, Issue 2, December 2020

On November 17th the Community and Justice Services (CJS) program held their first CJS Virtual Mock Interviews. Partner agencies volunteered their time by conducting two group interviews with 4th semester students.

Partners included:

  • Victim Witness Assistance Program, Ministry of the Attorney General
  • The Salvation Army Cuthbert House and MacMillan Centre - Correctional and Justice Services
  • John Howard Society – Crossroads
  • Peel Regional Police – Recruiting
  • Canadian Training Institute
  • TTC - Special Constable Services
  • Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), Community and Volunteer Coordinator

This event piloted a new event platform for the FSCS called Hopin. This virtual venue the allowed attendees to “hop” from one session to another within the same event. Overall, it was reasonably user-friendly, and provided attendees with a close simulation of attending a live event.

Are you a faculty member working in the field? We’d love to connect with you regarding potential WIL opportunities for Humber students! Reach out to krystal.clements@humber.ca and taiya.brown@humber.ca

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