SOCIAL WORK / PSYCHOLOGY / CRIMINAL JUSTICE

WHAT HAVE
OUR STUDENTS
BEEN UP TO?

LEGISLATION

Student work in social work includes helping to create legislation with Washington State’s Democratic caucus.

CAPITOL DECISIONS

Our students interact with Washington-state’s top lawmakers, including members of the Washington Supreme Court.

Law & Order

Interested in keeping the peace or handling legal issues? Our students intern locally with top legal firms and law enforcement—including federal agencies like the DEA.

HOT DOCKETS

Our students intern at Yakima County Probation Services as well as work for the Chief Judge and the public defender’s office at the Yakama Nation.

CSI

Our Criminal Justice 315 students regularly join the ride-along program in partnership with local police departments.

HOMECOMING

Our students have helped families resolve problems to be reunited with their children. They have also helped find new, permanent homes for kids who cannot be reunited with parents.

CAPITOL GAINS

Our students met with representatives and senators in Olympia over legislative issues facing social workers and their clients.

DROPOUT PREVENTION

Our students have helped at-risk youth keep on track for graduation through practicum placements in schools at Northwest Community Action Center.

A few of
our grads.

Christina Rodriguez

Christina Rodriguez

Officer for Global Security and Investigations

Bachelor of Criminal Justice, 2013

Ruby Aguilar

Ruby Aguilar

Children’s Mental Health Therapist

Behavior Health Services

Bachelors of Social Work, 2008

Guadalupe Reyes

Guadalupe Reyes

Program Coordinator
• Ambitions Inc, Disabilities Support Services
• Bachelor of Social Work, 2012