College urges students to do themselves justice

SBBCollege Ventura is launching a program to encourage students to consider a career in the criminal justice sector which expects to see an 18% increase in job opportunities in the next seven years1.

SBBCollege Ventura will be holding a Criminal Justice Career Information Session on Thursday, June 20th at 6:00pm, which aims to educate perspective students on the benefits of pursuing a career in criminal justice and on the relevant courses offered at the College. A former graduate from the program and who is now currently going through a police academy with the State of California for corrections will be on hand to offer their experiences and to inspire students considering a career in this area.

Guests will also have the opportunity to work through a mock crime scene and meet instructors with real-world work experience in the field.

Lorraine Bunt, Campus Director of SBBCollege Ventura, comments: ‘A career in criminal justice can be incredibly rewarding. If you enjoy helping others and have great communication skills then a career in criminal justice could be for you, be it in loss prevention or protective services.

‘The education provided through SBBCollege Ventura’s Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree program means that our graduates are prepared for careers in many facets of the criminal justice field. The program is designed for students looking to realize their full potential in this field and I look forward to meeting them at the event.’

Through SBBCollege Ventura’s Criminal Justice degree program, students learn to address a wide range of opportunities in the industry and gain general administrative skills, technical abilities and ethical awareness. The program focuses specifically on the areas of law enforcement, corrections, investigation, juvenile justice, the criminal court system and private security.