The newly founded Criminal Justice and Sociology Club (CJSOC) will have their first open meeting Wednesday, March 22 at 4:30 p.m. in Mannerheim Central. The club has been established in order to actualize the desires of Finlandia University students who yearn for the ability to give back to their community and society. This is done through interacting with various legal institutions, volunteer organizations and other professional fields.
“This club’s purpose is not only to give back to the campus and community, but also to give students professional experience that will teach them valuable life skills that will be valuable in their careers and future challenges,” explained Thomas Kerr, president of the club. “Our first meeting will outline what it means to be a member of our organization and how it will benefit you as a student, as a future professional and a person.”
The current CJSOC members will explain what the rest of year’s agenda contains and how the transition into next year’s leadership group is so crucial. Any questions about the event can be directed at Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org.Tags: Criminal Justice and Sociology Club, Thomas Kerr