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Want a career in a crime lab?
Want to be part of a crime investigation?
Love forensic science?

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/forensic-career-series-learn-what-it-take-to-become-a-forensic-scientist-tickets-31527985052
Saturday March 4 2017 10am to 11:30am

Register for this forensic career seminar that will focus on starting a career working in a forensic crime lab. Join Kelcey Kemp, Forensic Scientist, who will present this interactive Q&A career seminar.
In this 90 minute seminar, Kelcey will provide a behind the scenes view of what really goes on in a crime lab and will cover:
the role crime labs play in a forensic investigation
the role criminalists play in a forensic investigation
the typical duties of a criminalist
different forensic disciplines found in a crime lab
common equipment found in a crime lab
educational requirements
tips about applying to crime lab positions
where to find crime lab positions
and more....
Why register?
Learn the tips and tricks in applying for crime lab positions and what to expect during the background check process
Get expert advice of what forensic organizations to join
What are the BEST college courses to take which will help increase your chances of getting hired
Learn what a "typical" day is like working in a crime lab and what qualities agencies are looking for in a candidate
Discover the difference between Criminologist vs. Crime Scene Investigator
and more...

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/forensic-career-series-learn-what-it-take-to-become-a-forensic-scientist-tickets-31527985052
Saturday March 4 2017 10am to 11:30am.

Workshop Instructor--Kelcey Kemp
Kelcey Kemp has been involved with the forensic industry for 15 years. With a background as a forensic scientist, working in both government and private laboratories, Kelcey has processed hundreds of criminal cases, ranging from property crimes to major crimes such as sexual assaults and homicides. Also responding to crime scenes, she has aided investigators and technicians in the detection and collection of evidentiary biological samples. She has developed and provided training to over 1000 technical personnel from more than 350 agencies across the United States and abroad. She has presented at several local and national forensic organizations and has taught forensic students as well as forensic professionals.

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