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Start Your Path in Criminal Justice at WNCC Career Day

April 02, 2018
Ever been curious how crime scenes are investigated?
How about the inner workings of a detention center? Or how interrogations are handled?

Get a taste of it all at Western Nebraska Community College's Criminal Justice Career Day April 11 at the John N. Harms Center from 9 a.m. until 2:15 p.m.

Those interested in a career in criminal justice are encouraged to attend and RSVP to the event by Monday April 9 at wncc.edu/admissions/visit-campus.

Wednesday's Career Day gives prospective students a look into nearly every corner of the criminal justice profession, and provides them opportunities to ask questions and learn first-hand from the professionals in the field.

In attendance at the Criminal Justice Career Day will be detectives, crime scene investigators, advocacy representatives, police officers, deputy sheriffs, Nebraska State Patrol troopers, and correctional officers.

Students working through the WNCC's Criminal Justice Studies Program can earn either an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice Studies, an Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Studies, or a Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies.

For more information on the Criminal Justice Career Day, contact WNCC Admissions at 308-635-6010 or by email at admissions@wncc.edu. Anyone planning on attending is asked to RSVP for the event online at wncc.edu/admissions/visit-campus by Monday, April 9.