March 22 - RCC Alumni Speak at Law School Panel
DATE: March 8, 2017
CONTACT: Paul Mencher
RCC Paralegal Graduates Talk about Law School at Upcoming Panel
free and open to the public
RAMAPO: For some, the Paralegal Studies program at Rockland Community College serves as a step on their way to law school. Three graduates of RCC’s program, all now studying law, will return to campus March 22 to speak about their journey.
Wednesday, March 22
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Student Union (Room 3214)
For more information please contact Patricia Szobonya, chair of the Paralegal Studies department, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The panelists will share their personal experiences at RCC and how those shaped their career and educational goals. The trio will also discuss the law school application process and their experiences as law school students.
Rockland Community College offers both an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies. For people with an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, the one-year Certificate program offers a quick pathway to a career as a paralegal. Two of the graduates speaking at the forum received their AAS degree while the third completed the Certificate program.