Kaylah Miller ’19

Kaylah Miller ’19
Kaylah Miller ’19

“Criminal justice is a rewarding field,” says Kaylah Miller ’19. “You get to help the public and can make a difference in someone’s life.” Miller double majored in criminal justice and politics and government and is now working for the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch in the New Britain Superior Court as a family services court intake assistant. Her responsibilities include supporting family counselors, performing clerical duties, obtaining police reports, and checking in clients for hearings, case dates, and resolution plan dates.

As an undergraduate, Miller got valuable experience for her current role by interning at the Meriden Superior Court where she worked in child support enforcement. After graduation, she also worked as a real estate paralegal for Keily Mira Law in West Hartford for three years.

She says her favorite course was Sociological Analysis of Prisons and Corrections with Criminal Justice Program Director and Associate Professor Kelly McGeever. “She was one of my best professors,” says Miller. “She helped me out a lot and was a good support system throughout college. I also enjoy taking Constitutional Law course and Methods and Social Research class.”

In the future, Miller says she may explore furthering her education to become an attorney.

Criminal justice is a rewarding field. You get to help the public and can make a difference in someone’s life.

Kaylah Miller ’19 , College of Arts and Sciences