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Posted in March 2014
Our Service Learning group is back from London and is checking in one more time with their final recap. The trip may be over, but their work is not complete. The students will now document their research so other Bay State Criminal Justice students can learn from their studies overseas.
The moment Melissa Baker was accepted to the Bay State College Medical Assisting program, she knew she had a call she wanted to make.
“Guess what!?” she said to her parents. “You finally have a daughter in college!”
And as important as that phone call was to her, the most important thing to Melissa was to prove to herself that she could accomplish her goals.
As part of the Service Learning trip to London, our students are expected to write daily reflections on their experience. The group is now on day 5, and is getting into the heart of their research of the U.K. Justice System.
Dr. William Morrissette, Department Chair of the Criminal Justice Program, and a group of Bay State College Criminal Justice students are currently on a Service Learning trip in London where they are researching foreign justice systems. Professor Morrissette sent us his thoughts on their first several days.