Careers in the Courts Panel
Galloway, N.J. – The William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy and the office of Career Education and Development will host a panel discussion on careers in New Jersey courts on April 3 in Campus Center Meeting Room 5.
Stockton alumni ranging from the classes of 1981 to 2022 will discuss their current careers and give students advice for joining the New Jersey Court system. Moderators of the panel are Division Manager April Perrone, ’17 and ’21, and retired Assignment Judge, Julio Mendez.
Anticipated panelists include:
- Tara Britt, ’22, Pre-Trial Services intern
- Lilliam Pagan, ’98, court services supervisor (family)
- Howard Berchtold, ’81, retired trial court administrator
- Chris DeSantis, ’06 and ’09, assistant division manager (probation)
The event is from 2:30 to 4 p.m. and will include a light lunch of pizza. Students from all majors, including Pre-Law (Political Science), Instructional Technology, Communication Studies, Accounting, Social Work and Criminal Justice, are encouraged to attend.
About the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy
The William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University serves as a catalyst for research on public policy and economic issues facing southern New Jersey. The Center provides a forum for public discussion of policy issues to engage citizens and policymakers, frame policy issues in a manner that encourages broader civic engagement and strengthen the voice of Southern New Jersey in public debate. The Center enjoys broad regional support embodied in an Advisory Board of prominent citizens throughout the region.
About Career Education and Development
The Career Education and Development office is here to make sure you have the knowledge, skills and experiences you need to start a successful career. On their site, you will find a wealth of information about career planning, decision making and job searching. Students are invited to take advantage of both the services they offer in person and on our website.