LEO offers individuals an opportunity to apply for scholarship dollars that can assist them in pursuing their academic education from donations, merchandise sales and career fair sponsors.
The Law Enforcement Opportunities Career Fair is the largest law enforcement / criminal justice / corrections career fair in the metro area!
|In 2014, 36 agencies participated in the fair. We also had the following demos:
The Career Fair provides a tremendous opportunity for attendees to meet representatives from law enforcement, criminal justice, corrections and higher education to learn about career and educational opportunities in these professions, and the required training and education. Representatives from local, county, state and federal law enforcement, criminal justice, corrections agencies and higher education institutions will recruit and provide information on job openings and educational requirements. This event is open and free to the public.
Your involvement is significant to the success of the Annual Law Enforcement Opportunities Career Fair and to the success of our organization!
Inform potential applicants about your organization's licensed and non-licensed career/educational opportunities and the education/training required for these professions.
Gain a better understanding of the existing skill, experience and education levels of women and persons of color interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement, criminal justice, and/or corrections.
Recruit qualified persons for positions in your organization.
Includes one eight foot table, two chairs and two boxed lunches. Your organization's name will be included on LEO Career Fair advertisements. Your organization will be recognized at the Career Fair. Gold sponsors will receive priority placement, i.e. wall space and electrical outlet (if needed). A link to your organization's website will also be placed on LEO's home page for one year (if desired.) If you have any questions about this, contact the business manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Includes one eight foot table, two chairs and two boxed lunches.
For pre-approved law enforcement /criminal justice /correction/law enforcement educational aid suppliers, a special sponsorship and level of vendor participation has been created. Please contact LEO before registering to see if your organization meets our guidelines. Includes one eight foot table, two chairs and two boxed lunches. If you have questions about this, please contact the business manager at email@example.com.
You may register and attend up until the day of the fair, but to ensure the best advertisement recognition, please submit your registration and payment by February 15.
We welcome you to use this secure online credit card payment option offered in conjunction with PayPal by returning to the home page AFTER registration and clicking on the payment button there.
Register first, and self invoice.
If you would like to use the PayPal option, see below for procedure.
Because we are a small non-profit and have not raised our prices to reflect our cost of this option, we charge a small service fee for this option equal to the fee charged to us. This fee is reflected in the slightly higher prices reflected in our PayPal option menu.
IF YOU WOULD RATHER AVOID THIS FEE, feel free to send in your payment through agency check to:
Law Enforcement Opportunities
Attn: Kristin Classey
9110 Brooklyn Blvd.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
2015 Career Fair Registration information will be posted January 2015. To learn more about the 2014 event, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, click on the Vendor Registration button!
LEO invites potential advertisers to contact the business manager at email@example.com for advertising opportunities through our site.
has a commitment
to diversifying the law enforcement, criminal justice, and correction professions, and this commitment has resulted in the development of a yearly scholarship opportunity.
Our goal is to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships to individuals interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement, criminal justice, or corrections.
Eligible applicants may receive up to $1000.00*
in scholarship money to fund their education and training.
*This amount is subject to change without notice, as it is dependent on donations raised and/or vendor participation