Erie Community College Criminal Justice students Henry Urbanczyk (pictured
above) and Nicholas Pordan were recently awarded $1,000 scholarships by
security organization ASIS International at its local chapter’s 43rd
annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon, held at Salvatore’s Italian
Gardens on December 14.
International—a global community of security practitioners who represent
virtually every industry in the public and private sectors, and organizations
of all sizes—annually award scholarships to ASIS members and full or part-time
students who are enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year college or
university. Applicants need to have completed at least one year of study in a
Public or Private Security, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, or Pre-Law
program; and plan to seek a career in security or law enforcement. Both
Urbanczyk and Pordan met these requirements, with the former also boasting
credentials as president of SUNY Erie’s Criminal Justice Club at South Campus,
as well as completion of a coveted student internship within the Erie County
District Attorney’s Office.
honors are the latest acknowledgement for SUNY Erie’s Criminal Justice and
Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement programs, lauded both locally and nationally
for their career-focused training, intent on seamlessly transitioning prepared
students to professional opportunities across Western New York. Honored as a
top program by such publications as Best College Reviews and Community
College Week, SUNY Erie’s associate degrees in Criminal Justice and
Criminal Justice/Law/Enforcement are designed to provide a foundation in the
theory and execution of law, and to prepare students to assume responsible
positions in any of a variety of criminal justice agencies. Graduates of these
programs have the background to transfer to a four-year program, or into
employment as police officers, conservation officers, correctional officers, or
campus safety officers, or find work in private or industrial security.
more information about SUNY Erie Criminal Justice, contact Kevin Barnas at
(716) 851-1922 or email@example.com; or
Michael Kozlowski at (716) 851-1535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1946, Erie
Community College has met the needs of a diverse student body while
contributing to the economic vitality of Western New York. As a member of the
state’s SUNY system, the three-campus college provides flexible, affordable and
accessible educational programs in an accommodating academic environment.
Equipped with the knowledge of these programs, ECC’s faculty, staff and
students strive to enrich their host communities through skill, service and
partnership. For more information, visit www.ecc.edu
or call (716) 851-1ECC.