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September 24, 2018

CCC Grad Receives Sheriff’s Association Scholarship


<br />Participating in the presentation (l-r) were Susan Witmer, Assistant Director of the Fulton Campus; Maggie Kiloran, Associate Vice President & Dean of the Fulton Campus; Corey Trask, Scholarship Recipient; Reuel Todd, Sheriff, Oswego County; and John Lamphere, Cayuga Community College Criminal Justice Coordinator.

Participating in the presentation (l-r) were Susan Witmer, Assistant Director of the Fulton Campus; Maggie Kiloran, Associate Vice President & Dean of the Fulton Campus; Corey Trask, Scholarship Recipient; Reuel Todd, Sheriff, Oswego County; and John Lamphere, Cayuga Community College Criminal Justice Coordinator.

An annual scholarship sponsored by the New York State Sheriffs’ Association was recently awarded to Corey J. Trask of Pennellville, Oswego County, a graduate of Cayuga Community College, Fulton Campus.

Corey achieved an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice in May, 2009, and earned the scholarship based on merit and community participation, noting active participation in the Criminal Justice Society.

He is currently a member of the Belgium-Cold Springs Fire Department and works as a security guard at Great Northern Mall.

Corey has enrolled in the CNY Police Academy for Phase 1 Training this fall.

He also has plans to continue his education, working toward a Bachelor’s Degree.

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