VASSALBORO- It’s not your average summer camp, but it could lead to a career with the Maine State Police.
Maine State Police are inviting high school juniors and seniors to join them for a weekend this summer, offering a hands-on experience of the life of a state trooper.
The program will showcase various responsibilities such as K9 demonstrations, overviews of specialized teams, and introductions to self defense.
The junior trooper program aim to highlight the core values of a state trooper, while inspiring young kids to join the force.
It runs from June 28th through the 30th and is free.
To apply, you will need to fill out an application, including an essay about why you would like to be a state trooper.
You can send your application to 15 Oak Grove Road in Vassalboro.