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RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

As a RCMP police officer, you will work to prevent and solve crime, enforce federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal law, build and maintain relationships with communities, and above all, keep Canadians safe. 

The RCMP is seeking motivated team players who are strong communicators, enjoy working with diverse communities, are physically fit and possess strong leadership abilities. All applicants must reflect the core values of the RCMP. These include integrity, honesty, professionalism, compassion, respect and accountability. Do you have these qualities?

The RCMP offers an exceptional career, letting you make a real difference in local communities and on the national and international stage. No other police force in Canada provides the levels of services and variety offered by the RCMP, as well as opportunities for continued learning and growth.

Policing is a 24-hour-per-day necessity and you should expect to work shifts, including nights, evenings, weekends and holidays.

Working in Government x Public Administration

Students headed for government and public administration careers need to learn and practice skills that prepare them for diverse post-high school education and training opportunities, from apprenticeships and two-year college programs to a four-year college and graduate programs.

Government and public administration careers include:

  • Elected official (city council, mayor, governor, etc.)
  • City manager
  • Legislative assistant
  • Military member
  • Foreign service, diplomatic or consular officer
  • Planner
  • Census clerk
  • Tax examiner
  • Internal revenue agent or investigator
  • Auditor
  • Bank examiner
  • Cargo or border inspector
  • Child support officer
  • Court administrator
  • City, county or court clerk

Public Administration degrees are mainly dedicated to people that see themselves as ethical persons, and are highly interested in making a difference for the greater welfare of the community.

But what can you do with a Master’s in Public Administration? And why should you choose this career path? Well, Public Administration jobs are very rewarding, considering that after completing a degree, you can work for the government as a public administration consultant, city manager and you can even become a mayor one day. 

Apart from a personal satisfaction, careers in Public Administration are extremely versatile, allowing you to explore jobs in various market sectors, public and private as well. Other great advantages of public administration jobs lie in their high level of security and stability and the fact that you can benefit from numerous chances to advance to higher positions.

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