Thursday, July 15, 2010

Ferris Grad, Police Officer Joy Paquette Featured In Faces Of Ferris

The latest Faces of Ferris entry has been posted on Ferris State University graduate and police officer Joy Paquette.

Read about the pride Joy feels as a graduate of Ferris and about strides that women have and will continue to make in law enforcement.
Joy Paquette, the product of a quality School of Criminal Justice education, is proud to be employed as a police officer at her alma mater.

Paquette, who has been employed at Ferris since 1998, earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Ferris in Criminal Justice and her master's from Ferris in Criminal Justice Administration. Additionally, she is trained as a fire fighter, a first responder and has been employed as a part-time fire fighter for the City of Big Rapids. Paquette's credentials, along with her loyalty to Ferris and commitment to the community, are impeccable and proof that a Ferris education can set the stage for a successful career even in a field where women tend to be dramatically outnumbered by men.
For the full Faces of Ferris entry, visit here.

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