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Texas has some of the most beautiful outdoor areas in the world.  Some of the luckiest folks in the entire Lone Star State get to call that big, open sky and splendor beneath it their office.  Just imagine clocking in just before you put the boat in the water and cruising around all day or driving of into the woods somewhere in the glorious Texas wilderness as your job!

If that sounds like the dream job for you,  why don't you take it for a test spin?  According to a report from FOX 7 Austin, Texas Game Wardens are looking for 12 paid interns for the summer of 2022.  The individuals selected for the Law Enforcement Student Paid Internship Program is designed for interested college students pursuing a career as a Game Warden.

The official job posting lists the following requirements for the position:

  • Current enrollment as an undergraduate or graduate student in an accredited college or university or recent graduate within the last 6 months;
  • Minimum of 60 completed semester credit hours from an accredited college or university at time of application;
  • Must have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 grade point scale or "Pass" on a Pass/Fail system

If you'd like to gain real-world experience assisting a Texas Game Warden, you can see more about the requirements and submit your application here 

These 34 Texas 'Most Wanted' Criminals Were Captured in 2021

Texas law enforcement officials put in one heck of a year in 2021! Thanks to the tireless efforts of state, local, national, and even international agencies, the Lone Star State broke the record of arresting 32 of the most "Most Wanted" fugitives in the state back in 2013. After the dust settled, these 34 wanted crooks were behind bars.

Can You Help Solve Any of These 24 East Texas Cold Cases?

Crime is a terrible thing. Luckily, we've got a dedicated group of police officers and investigators that work around to the clock to bring those responsible for breaking the law to justice. Unfortunately, not every case is closed. Authorities in East Texas are hoping that someone might have a key piece of information that could help them crack these 24 cold cases wide open. If you know anything, please reach out to the Tyler Police Department at 903-531-1000, or Tyler Smith County Crime-Stoppers at 903-597-2833.

Have You Seen Any of These 44 Missing East Texas People?

Losing someone is hard, but when they go missing without a trace - it's even harder. The family and friends of these 44 people are desperate for any information that could bring their loved ones home or at least give them some closure. If you have any information at all that could lead authorities to their whereabouts, please contact the Missing Persons Clearinghouse by calling (800) 346-3243