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Criminal justice students visit area college 


Bryant & Stratton showcase their offerings to Schoharie CTE students

College visitAbout two dozen aspiring law enforcers recently visited the Albany campus of Bryant & Stratton College to learn how they could build on the career and technical school training at the college.

The Capital Region BOCES Schoharie campus Career and Technical Education (CTE) students in Gerald Place's criminal justice classes visited the college, met with criminal justice Department Chairman Joseph Belarado and faculty members there and toured the facility.

Bryant & Stratton offers a two-year degree in criminal justice that, like CTE's program, prepares students for entry level careers in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile agencies and private security.

More than 60 percent of career and technical students go on to pursue college or further education.

"I either want to go into the military or college. I don't know yet. But I definitely want to pursue a career in law enforcement. Capital Region BOCES CTE has given me an excellent start,� said Andrew Amodio, a student in one of Place's class.

In the photo, Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students pose in front of the college.
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