United States Army JAG Information Session
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Welcome Wayne State Law students, I hope you’re settling into the new school semester. For students interested in learning more about a career as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) Attorney, the United States Army JAG is hosting virtual information session and interviews on September 14, 2020. The United States Army JAG has summer internships and post-grad employment opportunities available. Interviews will be facilitated through the OCI page on Symplicity. Information about using Symplicity to apply for an interview is below.
United States Army JAG, September 14
The Army JAG will 1) conduct virtual interviews and 2) hold a virtual information session on September 14th. The information session will be held during the lunch hour. Click on the RSVP button above or here to register for the information session. If you are interested in interviewing virtually with Captain Christian Woo, you must apply via Symplicity. (Information about how to apply can be found below.)
Information about Applying and Policy Regarding Interview Attendance
Interviews for the Army JAG will be facilitated through Symplicity. To apply, please login to Symplicity and click the “OCI” tab, located on the left side of the screen. On the next screen, you can view details about the employers by clicking the employer name, and you can apply for an interview by clicking the “Apply” button. Note that the “Apply” button will not appear unless you’ve uploaded a resume.
The virtual interview policy remains the same as the on-campus interview policy. To maintain the integrity of the program and to be respectful of the employers’ time, you may only cancel an interview in the event of a real emergency. This means, that you must withdraw your application before the bidding window closes. Otherwise, you will be expected to attend your virtual interview if selected to interview.
If you have any questions at all, please contact Cindy at email@example.com.
On April 12, 2019, a federal government policy barring military service by some transgender individuals went into effect. A Department of Defense directive generally requires that individuals conform with their “biological sex” in “medical fitness for duty; physical fitness and body fat standards; bathroom and shower facilities; and uniform and grooming standards.”
The policy of Wayne State University Law School is to provide equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment practices; and to prohibit discrimination in education and employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or sexual orientation; and to prohibit sexual harassment.
Employers who use our career services are required to comply with our nondiscrimination policy. In light of the federal policy limiting military service by transgender individuals described above, the U.S. military does not comply with this policy. Nonetheless, Wayne Law does permit the military to use our career services. The reason for this exception is the Solomon Amendment, a provision of federal law providing that a university will lose all federal funds if a law school excludes federal recruiters.