Alpena — The Alpena Kiwanis Club is seeking candidates for this year’s Michigan Police Law Enforcement Career Academy.
Since 1975, Kiwanis clubs have sponsored this program in partnership with the Michigan State Police. High school students currently in grades 10, 11, and 12 who are seriously interested in a career in law can apply for his one-week program. Through presentations and discussions, as well as some basic training exercises, students gain practical experience that will help them decide on such a career.
This program is a sample State Police recruit training program, not a summer camp. This year’s Academy will be held June 25-30 at the Michigan State Police Academy in Lansing and will be mentored and staffed by police officers. Instructors come from state, county and local police departments.
The program begins on Sunday, June 25th and concludes with a Closing Ceremony on the morning of Friday, June 30th.
The Alpena Kiwanis club reviews applicants and selects candidates for submission to the Kiwanis Michigan district. Candidates will be shortlisted by the Michigan State Police and the Kiwanis Michigan District. Candidates will only be responsible for transportation to and from Lansing.
For more information or to apply for this program, please contact Alpena Kiwanis Club Representative Elaine Orr at email@example.com or 989-657-5476. The application deadline is her March 15th. Applications will be processed in the order received.