Students explore options in law enforcement career day

By Jordan Elias  The Administration of Justice Department hosted a career day where East Los Angeles College’s students found out how to get into the field of law enforcement on April 25. “I like the event because every year more students come to get more information about these careers,” Vivian Guerrero, who helped organize the event, said. “This is a good opportunities to them to know the requirements to study…

May 3, 2017
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Career day to help students explore future

By Tiana Hunter  The Administration of Justice Department will have a career day workshop on April 25, in the main quad between buildings E3 and E7. The department has held this event for 15 years to give students the opportunity to explore the careers they could possibly have with an administration of justice degree. Siage Hosea, an administration of justice professor, is this year’s event organizer. “This event is significant…

April 19, 2017
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Faculty, staff train for emergency situations

By Yessica Bobadilla and Lesley Pastor The Administration of Justice Department is offering their final workshop of the year to faculty and staff on emergency situations. “When we look around and look at our readiness on a larger scale we really need to be ready to take care of ourselves,” said one of the program coordinators, Jason Hosea. The coordinators picked workshops that they believed to be beneficial to faculty…

November 23, 2016
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Club gives students insight on criminal justice

May 17, 2014

  By Nicholas Jimenez   The Administration of Justice Club at East Los Angeles College, was founded to provide students with real insights and experiences within criminal justice. The insights that the students learn what the criminal justice is, why the people choose this path, and to give the students options. With the experiences, the clubs also have guest speakers so they can learn. In the AJ Club, there are over…

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