(L-R) Attorney John Oshoway, Mackenzie Seabolt|
Frame, Sue Oshoway, and instructor Patty Cain
Mackenzie Seabolt Frame was chosen this year's winner of the Melissa Oshoway Memorial Criminal Justice Scholarship. The ceremony was held May 11 at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center.
Mackenzie is the daughter of Dyer and Crystal Frame. She plans on attending Glenville State College in the fall.
The Oshoway say, "Thanks to Patty Cain for doing an outstanding job with the presentation of the award. Thanks to Knotts Memorial Methodist Church and Richard and Karen Kirby for a donation for this scholarship."
The Criminal Justice Technology Program at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center is an in-depth study of society's formal control systems, the administration of justice and the full spectrum of criminal law.
The program provides students the basic knowledge and skills used throughout the criminal justice system, such as legal research, fingerprinting skills, plaster casting foot and tire impressions, tool mark impressions and latent print dusting.
Students who successfully complete the Criminal Justice Technology Program will have the opportunity to pursue entry level occupations in law enforcement, corrections, security and case aides in the area of social services.
Students will have a substantial background to pursue a 2 or 4 year degree in behavioral science, criminal justice, psychology or sociology.
See MISSY OSHOWAY'S "RAY OF SUNSHINE" PROMPTS SCHOLARSHIP FUND