Criminal Justice Internship Final Supervisor Evaluation

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The student displays positive, professional work habits.
Including, but not limited to, regular and prompt attendance, appropriate dress, and the ability to comprehend and follow directions.
The student effectively handles routine problems, carries routine tasks to conclusion, and manages time appropriately.
The student shows potential for growth and advancement by setting appropriate goals and exhibiting self-motivation.
The student applies knowledge of basic tools and technologies appropriate for the position.
The student writes correctly and clearly in a form and style appropriate for the position.
The student communicates well with others orally (speaking and listening).
The student shows suitable level of knowledge for the professional field as appropriate for the position.
The student thinks critically and independently in defining, analyzing, and solving non-routine problems.
The student critically evaluates their own work and that of others for accuracy and fairness.
The student critically evaluates their own work and that of others for clarity, appropriate style, and correct grammar.
The student understands key criminological concepts and applies these concepts in the use and presentation of information.
The student understands professional ethical principles.
This can be shown through displaying integrity, and working ethically in pursuit of truth, accuracy, fairness, and diversity.
The student interacts well with colleagues.
This includes establishing effective working relationships, working within appropriate authority and decision-making channels, accepting criticism in a professional and constructive manner, and demonstrating professionalism in addressing conflicts.
The student illustrates tolerance towards clients and coworkers from diverse backgrounds and environments.
The student understands the agency’s role in the larger function of the criminal justice system.
The student was well prepared for the internship.
The student is prepared to enter the work force within a social service or criminal justice agency.
This can include information about the ability of the student or the undergraduate preparation of the student for their position.