Recruiters from area police departments and prosecutors offices will be seeking potential officer candidates at a Career Fair on Thursday, November 9th aimed at increasing the diversity of men and women in public safety jobs. The fair will be from 9 a.m.to 1 p.m. in the ballroom of Rowan University’s Chamberlain Student Center, Route 322, Glassboro. Those considering a law enforcement career should bring copies of their resume to give to recruiters. The fair is for men and women between 18 and 35 years of age. Free parking for those attending the fair will be available in lots J & H on the campus. Light refreshments will be served at the fair.
The career fair is part of the law enforcement diversity initiative begun in 2014 by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, the Gloucester County NAACP and the Gloucester County Police Chiefs Association to make local police departments more reflective of the county’s diverse citizenry. “A career in law enforcement provides a great opportunity for young people to have a positive impact in their community,” said Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean F. Dalton. “We urge all students to attend to learn more about this rewarding career.’