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CCC Fulton Campus Student Wins NYS Sheriffs' Association Scholarship

DATE: 07-30-2009

Oswego County Sheriff Reuel Todd has presented a 2009 New York State Sheriffs' Association Scholarship to Corey Trask of Pennellville. Trask, who received a degree in Criminal Justice: Police from Cayuga Community College in May, is a member of the Belgium–Cold Springs Fire Department and works as a security guard at Great Northern Mall. While a student at Cayuga's Fulton campus, he was active in the college's Criminal Justice Society. Trask will enroll this fall in the Central New York Police Academy, with plans to become a police officer and pursue a bachelor's degree. Through the New York State Sheriffs' Association statewide scholarship program, a community college student is selected each year by the local county sheriff's department for a $500 award based on academic performance and plans for a law enforcement career.