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Education, persistence and clean record vital for justice careers

JACKIE COBOS, Channels Staff

April 14, 2017

People may doubt how getting a college degree might be important when joining law enforcement, but professionals in the justice system believe that education is a step in the right direction. Students and staff gathered April...

SBCC prepares students for personal training certification

SAMMY ROWINSKI, Channels Staff

April 13, 2017

The Life Fitness Center offers a program to help students receive the National Academy of Sports Medicine personal training certification to become a certified personal trainer. The program prepares students for the training exam ...

Woman architect cracks industry’s glass ceiling

KATHYVAN TRAN, Associate Editor

March 8, 2017

Rosa Alvarado, senior project architect at PMSM Architects, does not let the fact that she is a Mexican woman stop her from pursuing a career in a field that has historically been dominated by white men. Alvarado is one of the 3...

LAPD info session to discuss careers and hiring process

Jackie Cobos, Channels Staff

February 24, 2017

Justice studies major Timothy Terrio had set his mind on joining the police force since high school. He said he wants to be a police officer because he finds it exciting to be somewhere other than sitting down in an office. ...

Retiring professor changed face of graphic design while at SBCC

MADELEINE FRANSSON, Channels Staff

May 2, 2016

The Digital Arts Center Computer Lab is as busy as always on Wednesday morning, with media arts students and tutors crowding the computers. Liz Russotti has been walking these halls since 1999, but a lot has changed here since...

SBCC political science internship takes students to Sacramento

SOPHIE ZARA, Channels Staff

February 5, 2016

For the fourth consecutive year, City College students have the opportunity to go on a field trip in Sacramento to shadow California legislators, lobbyists, the governor and more. The City College Sacramento Internship program, ...

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