April 3, 2018 > Law and public service information day planned
Law and public service information day planned
Submitted By Guisselle Nunez
For the first time, Chabot College is holding a free event for high school and college students interested in a public service career. Chabot's First Annual Law & Public Service Day, co-sponsored by the college's Administration of Justice Department and Hayward Police Department, will showcase more than 40 non-profit organizations, government agencies, private public interest firms and career professionals. They will lead college tours with demonstrations from local law enforcement and fire and rescue personnel and provide informal table talks, morning workshops, panel discussions highlighting public service careers and lunchtime conversations on areas of public service.
"The importance of building relationships and trust with members of our community cannot be overstated," said Hayward Police Chief Mark Koller. "Trust is the very foundation on which our legitimacy as a profession is built. I am grateful for the opportunity to partner with Chabot College and other police agencies to engage in dialogue with local high school and college students."
Approximately 400 students are expected to attend the event. Koller and Chabot's President Dr. Susan Sperling will provide welcome speeches. Admission is free, but advance registrations should be made online by visiting www.eventbrite.com, and then entering ÒLaw & Public Service DayÓ into the search box. For details, call (510) 723-6600.
Law & Public Service Day
Friday, April 13
9:30 a.m. Ð 2:30 p.m.
25555 Hesperian Boulevard
Registration required: visit www.eventbrite.com; enter Law & Public Service Day