My Post Experience: Celeste Robitaille, learning to lead

Leadership skills are important in every office and in every profession, but when your employees show up to work every day putting their lives on the line, strong leadership is a requirement. Post student Celeste Robitaille, one of the leaders…

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The value of an on-campus internship

Editor’s Note: Marx Cadet, Junior Criminal Justice major, contributed to this blog. Internships are short-term work experiences in a student’s major that allow them to observe and participate in professional work environments and explore how their interests relate to possible…

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Solved: Detective Jay Pugliese talks about how a criminal justice degree can help your career

Detective Jay Pugliese handles criminal investigations at the Naugatuck Police Department every day. He’s honed some of his investigative, crime-solving skills on the job through hands-on experience and the department’s in-service training. But he attributes his ability to make “tough…

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