JSU Newswire
Jacksonville, Alabama

JSU Criminal Justice Alum
Makes Campus Visit
To Recruit Government Employees

Jamie M. Eubanks
JSU News Bureau

JACKSONVILLE -- February 20, 2001 -- On Friday, February 16, 2001, Jennifer Knight Carmichael returned for a visit to Jacksonville State University. She wasn't just here to admire the band of her alma mater. Carmichael was here to inform students about employment opportunities in Washington, D.C.

Carmichael came to JSU from north Georgia to play with the Marching Southerners. She double majored in Music and Criminal Justice. After making a "D" in one of her music courses, she quickly decided Criminal Justice looked all that more appealing.

So in 1987, Carmichael received her master's in Criminal Justice from JSU. From there she held countless positions with U.S. Intelligence agencies. Currently, she serves as Assistant Inspector General for audits and inspections for the Defense Intelligence Agency, which is a combat support agency for the U.S. government.

"My job is to insure your taxpayer dollars are being spent legally and are producing a good result," comments Carmichael. "I love getting to see and appreciate what our country is doing internationally."

She took a day away from her busy schedule in Washington to help some of JSU's students. Carmichael brought information about the Joint Military Intelligence College, applying for jobs with DIA, and general information about U.S. defense agencies.

For more information about job opportunities with DIA, contact Counseling and Career Services at 256-782-5482.


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