Criminal Justice students learn from Ambrozaitis and attorney Hovey
Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis joined Defense Attorney Tara Hovey last week to discuss the court system and answer questions with students in the Clare-Gladwin Career Center’s Criminal Justice program.
“I have several students that are looking at going into the court avenue of the criminal justice system,” said Criminal Justice Instructor DJ Newman. “I wanted to enlighten them on the hard work it takes to make it, the different types of avenues that they can take, and just get them experience so it will hopefully help them make a decision as far as what they want to do with their life.”
Criminal Justice is one of nine CTE programs offered to local high school juniors and seniors at the Clare-Gladwin Career Center, a program of the Clare-Gladwin RESD. Students spend half of their regular school day in CTE and the other half at their local high school. For more information, please visit www.cgresd.net.