Angel Ordaz

 What’s next? After graduating from Franklin High School in 2009, Angel Ordaz didn’t jump right into college. He wasn’t sure what he wanted to do next. He got a job in retail. He talked to friends about schools and careers. By the end of the year, he came to a clear decision: to attend college at CCC and train for a career in law enforcement.

During his final year at CCC, Angel is working as an Associated Student Government officer. He’s also getting financial help from a CCC Foundation scholarship – the Roger Rook scholarship.

Angel is on track for his new career. “My criminal justice classes at CCC have been very helpful in giving me insight to a career as a police officer. It’s definitely reaffirmed my career choice,” says Angel. 

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