Sociology and criminal justice majors, psychology minor
Angel landed a position as a crime victims advocate in the Illinois Attorney General’s Office, where he helps victims of violent crime receive financial compensation for expense they incur. Angel interacts with victims, law enforcement agencies, medical institutions and attorneys
The North Central College advantage:
“My courses and the faculty helped prepare me with in-depth knowledge of Illinois laws and statutes and the root causes of crime and social inequality. I learned how to communicate and interact with individuals facing immense distress or traumatic situations. In addition, Cardinal First (For first-generation students) taught me social and organizational skills that I use every day at work. Through members of the College’s Criminal Justice Association, I learned about careers in criminal justice—and probably would not have found the position I am in today. As for my future, whether it’s law school, moving up in the Attorney General’s Office, or going to a federal agency, I know my education at North Central College will make it possible.”
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At North Central College, our students find that the preparation they do both in and out of the classroom doesn't just help them reach graduation. It launches their careers, whether they’re searching for employment or looking for top-tier graduate programs to continue pursuing their passion and goals. Every Cardinal has their own distinct path and their own story, so we've highlighted a few of them here. Read on to find out more about how these Cardinal Careers launched and let us know how we can help you discover your passion at North Central.