A Career in Public Service: What it Means to Be a Prosecutor
STATE COLLEGE – The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PDAA) is teaming with the Penn State Law Career Services Office to inform students about the many opportunities for becoming a prosecutor. PDAA invites anyone interested in a law career to attend the live-streamed event.
A public service career isn’t for everyone. However, for those with a passion for protecting and helping their communities, a career as a prosecutor can be very rewarding.
Topics include prosecutorial duties, loan forgiveness programs, quality of life and internship opportunities.
The panel discussion will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, at the Penn State Law (University Park) Auditorium.
Speakers include several Penn State Dickinson School of Law graduates, including Westmoreland County DA Nicole Ziccarelli (Class of 2006), Adams County DA Brian Sinnett (Class of 1999), and Montgomery County Deputy DA Kelly Lloyd (Class of 2010). PDAA President and Montgomery County DA Kevin Steele (Class of 1992) will moderate the panel.
Live stream information below:
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://psu.zoom.us/j/92190946631?pwd=MGVOQ0ljcXM1TTh2UksvRWlkK0ptZz09