School of Criminal Justice
Alpha Phi Sigma
Alpha Phi Sigma was meant to reward students for extraordinary scholarship and to maximize their potential. Grand Valley's chapter hopes to allow criminal justice and legal studies students to be rewarded for hard work and dedication, as well as provide incentive for academic integrity and honesty.
Alpha Phi Sigma visiting New York City's Central Park (Left) and Police Memorial (Right) during their trip to the annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) conference in 2012.
As individuals entering the criminal justice profession, many of us are hoping to serve the public in one form or another after graduation. While still in school, we also have the opportunity to help the community in which we reside. Alpha Phi Sigma hopes to help the community in a variety of ways that will not only make the community more comfortable with where law enforcement is headed in the future, but will show our commitment to the community in ways mere words cannot capture.
Alpha Phi Sigma volunteering at Forest of Fear in 2012 (Left) and showing support at Relay for Life in 2011 (Right).
Leadership and Organizational Experience
Alpha Phi Sigma, as with most honor societies is an excellent way to build experience in leadership and organizational skills, things many employers in the criminal justice professions look for. Alpha Phi Sigma has various leadership and organizational positions currently available to members, contact Alpha Phi Sigma for more information.
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