Students of Hagerstown Community College Joshua Whipp, Marquita Davis and Samuel Biggus, were recently awarded with scholarships from the Maryland Law Enforcement Officers organization.
19 years old Whipp, is an administration-of-justice major and he will graduate with an associate degree in this fall. After the graduation, he also plans to transfer to a four-year school and pursue a career in law enforcement at the federal level.
33 years old Davis, is an administration-of-justice and sociology major, and she will graduate with an associate degree in May. After the graduation, she plans to pursue a bachelor’s and law degrees in order to become an attorney for children and adolescents.
20 years old Biggus, is an administration-of-justice major and he will graduate with an associate degree in this fall. After pursuing graduation, he plans to transfer to a four-year school and pursue a career as the law-enforcement officer.
Maryland Law Enforcement Officers is a professional nonprofit organization with headquarters in Baltimore. The scholarship was established for students of Maryland in good academic standing who are planning a career in the law enforcement and have financial need.
To learn more about the HCC’s law-enforcement program or scholarship opportunities, just visit www.hagerstowncc.edu.