State to offer criminal justice summer camp
Rocky Hill ― The state’s Division of Criminal Justice is accepting summer camp applications from students interested in a career in the criminal justice system.
Students at DCJ Camp Justice will be introduced to the criminal justice system through various presentations from guest speakers and career panels and have interactive opportunities with courthouse visits, mock trial preparation and presentation and a closing ceremony.
The program is open to eighth-grade students entering the ninth grade in the fall and will be held at the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney in Rocky Hill from July 24 through July 28.
The camp is free of charge. Lunch and transportation, if needed, will be provided.
DCJ Camp Justice applicants have the option to print and complete the application or apply online using this link: DCJ Camp Justice Online Application.
Applications are due on June 16 and applicants will be notified by June 23 whether they are accepted.
For additional information and questions about 2023 DCJ Camp Justice, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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