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Minnesota West hosting law enforcement day

WORTHINGTON -- The law enforcement program at Minnesota West Community & Technical College, Worthington campus will host a law enforcement day on Thursday, Oct. 25.

WORTHINGTON - The law enforcement program at Minnesota West Community & Technical College, Worthington campus will host a law enforcement day on Thursday, Oct. 25.

 

The law enforcement day is set up to allow potential students to come to the Worthington campus to “sit in” on a typical day’s classes that law enforcement students attend while in the program. This will give potential students a feeling for the program and allow them to meet their instructors, tour the campus and program facilities, and receive information on the program.

 

The day will also allow students to apply during the free application week, and individuals that apply to the college at this event will not be charged an application fee. The requirements to get into the program and law enforcement packets will be covered.

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The day’s activities begin at 10 a.m. To RSVP, go to the Minnesota West website at http://www.mnwest.edu/worthington-law-enforcement -day. For more information, contact Michael Cumiskey at 372-3469 or mike.cumiskey@mnwest.edu .

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