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JCC Student Receives Criminal Justice Scholarship from NYS Sheriffs' Association Institute

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(l-r) Paul A. Alteri, assistant professor of criminal justice; Logan M. Eddy, criminal justice major; Colleen M. O’Neill, Jefferson County Sheriff; and Carole A. McCoy, college president  

On Tuesday, November 1, Jefferson Community College (JCC) criminal justice major Logan M. Eddy of Black River received a $250 New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute Criminal Justice scholarship presented by Jefferson County Sheriff Colleen M. O’Neill.

The NYS Sheriffs’ Association Institute Criminal Justice scholarship is bestowed to a student enrolled full-time at a community college and majoring in criminal justice, police science or equivalent and who expresses an intent to pursue a career in the criminal justice field and demonstrates outstanding academic achievement.     

Eddy, a sophomore at JCC, holds a 3.77 grade point average and has been named to the President’s and Dean’s Lists. He served as a student ambassador at JCC, a member of the JCC criminal justice club and National Society for Leadership and Success. Presently employed by Senator Patty Ritchie’s office as a legislative aid, Eddy’s career goal is to become a state police officer. In the community, Logan serves as a town councilman for the town of Rutland. He anticipates graduating from JCC in May 2017.