FLINT — Mott Community College will host a Law Enforcement Day from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18 in the Event Center on the Flint campus, 1401 E. Court Street.
Law Enforcement Day is an informational event highlighting career paths in Criminal Justice and the steps needed to pursue those careers. The event is free and open to the public and will feature speakers from the Michigan Department of Corrections, the State Police, Mott Public Safety and FBI. Colleges and universities will be on hand to discuss what the transfer path looks like for those interested in four-year degree programs. Participating schools include: including Bellevue, Ferris, UM-Flint, Madonna and Olivet. “This is an opportunity for those interested in a career in law enforcement to learn more about related careers,” said Jimmie Baber, Coordinator of the Criminal Justice program at MCC. “Currently, there is a demand for more women in law enforcement, so this is an especially good event for women looking at career options, whether starting out or looking for a career change.” For more information about Law Enforcement Day contact Baber at email@example.com or call 810-232-3741.