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Boerger Investigative Services, LLC - Licensed Private Investigator - Investigative internship

Investigative Internship

Investigative Internship

Boerger Investigative Services offers an internship to students currently enrolled in a criminal justice, security and intelligence, or related course of study. Please contact the OSU Career Services Office at (614) 292-7055 for details on how to apply. DO NOT contact OSU if you are from another area school.








"My internship with Boerger Investigative Services, LLC has been an incredible and unparalleled experience.  The internship has allowed me to be exposed to many different areas within the security and intelligence field and gain practical experience utilizing the skills I have learned. In addition, the internship has helped prepare me for my career goals, allowed me to gain valuable connections, and further developed my soft skills such as leadership and communication."


- James M. Miller-Class of '22


"Partaking in this internship gave me a lot more than I bargained for, in the best way possible! I ended up learning about so much more than just the P.I. industry via taking and helping out with courses that Dean teaches for his company, Strategic Training Group, LLC. Such classes included but aren't limited to non-lethal defensive tactics, executive protection, and remote first aid. This internship is a very pleasant and professional environment that I'd recommend to anyone who's interested in anything related to private investigation and/or security!"

- Phillip G. Oates-Class of '21

​"The reality of this internship far exceeded my expectations. I have learned and experienced multitudes more than I expected. It has greatly improved my professional skills as well as groomed me for an array of investigative and security oriented careers."

- Jacob S. Dalessandro-Class of '10

"A meaningful internship is one that takes the student out of the academic setting and into the real world. BIS does exactly that. Interns are given the opporunity to interact with real clients who have real problems. The work is diverse, abundant, and serious, and it is up to the intern to decide how much he or she wants to get out of the experience. Those who make a serious commitment will not regret it."

- Michael A. Barth-Class of '09

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