The opportunities are out there. And right here.

You’ll take field trips to police departments, courthouses, 911 centers, and public and private security firms. You can embark on an internship where you’ll work with professionals who share your passion—you might just join the ranks of PTC grads who’ve turned their internships into full-time jobs.

2 out of 3 available PTC students accepted job offers from their internship employers.*

Out of the classroom and into work.

Your last quarter will be spent learning with professionals in the field. Our Criminal Justice students have interned with employers including:

  • Kennedy Township Police Department
  • United American Security
  • Armstrong County Jail
  • Jefferson City Prison
  • St. Clair Hospital
  • Kindred Hospital
  • Mercer County Jail
  • New Bethlehem Police Department
  • Oakdale Police Department
  • Rivers Casino
  • Price Georges County Police Department
  • Target
  • Best Buy
  • JC Penney
  • Securitas Security Services
  • Northumberland 911 Dispatch Center


Career Services

Our career services team will use their industry contacts to help you arrange an internship—in fact, they’ll work with you from the moment you arrive on campus, helping you build your job-search skills and connect you with potential employers as you prepare to enter the workforce. They’ll continue to be there for you throughout your career.



*Showcases graduates from 2017 classes. Data includes those who were available for work and were offered and/or received career search assistance from 1/1/2017-4/30/2018. Includes full-time, part-time, or freelance positions. Visit to learn more.


A nonprofit Institution

PTC can help launch your career with a hands-on, personal approach
and a wide range of advantages over traditional institutions.

Pittsburgh Technical College, 1111 McKee Road, Oakdale PA, 15071
(412) 809-5100

Pittsburgh Technical College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.