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Thirty-eight new Department of Corrections officers received their Certificate of Completion in Basic Law Enforcement and their badges at their graduation ceremony yesterday at the Pacific Islands Club Saipan. The academy was done in partnership with the Northern Marianas College and the CNMI Department of Labor. The new officers earned 40 college credits from NMC during the program and were trained in multiple subject areas that included Abnormal Psychology, Law and the Corrections Officer, Juvenile Justice, and the Dynamics of Substance Abuse.

The CNMI Department of Corrections welcomed 38 new officers following the graduation ceremony of the 9th Cycle Corrections Academy held at the Pacific Islands Club Saipan. Yesterday, a total of 38 corrections academy cadets were administered the oath of office by CNMI Supreme Court Chief Justice Alexandro C. Castro.

The eight student officials of the Associated Students of Northern Marianas College were sworn in Friday, Sept. 23, at the Pacific Islands Club. Standing in the top row, from left, are NMC Office of Student Activities and Leadership Program Manager Alexis Cabrera-Manglona, NMC OSAL Program Coordinator Maia Pangelinan, ASNMC Secretary Daryll De Luna, ASNMC Senator Bonnie Gio Sagana, ASNMC Tinian Representative Henry Hofschneider San Nicolas Jr., ASNMC Vice President Jefferson Cunanan, and NMC President Galvin Deleon Guerrero, EdD. Seated in the bottom row, from left, are ASNMC Senators Jami Starling and Eloise Lopez, ASNMC President Anushi Joshi, and ASNMC Treasurer Jenara Bai.

Eight student officials of the Associated Students of Northern Marianas College or ASNMC were sworn in Friday, Sept. 23, at the Pacific Islands Club. They are Anushi Joshi, president; Jefferson Cunanan, vice president; Jenara Bai, treasurer; Daryll De Luna, secretary; Henry Hofschneider San Nicolas Jr., Tinian representative; Bonnie Gio Sagana, Eloise Lopez, and Jami Starling, senators. 

From left, Education Commissioner Dr. Alfred B. Ada, NMTech CEO Jodina Attao, and NMC president Dr. Galvin Deleon Guerrero stand in front of the crowd prior to the start of the Educational Summit at the Royal Taga Ballroom of Saipan World Resort last Thursday.

Leaders of the three largest educational institutions in the CNMI—the CNMI Public School System, Northern Marianas Technical Institute, and the Northern Marianas College—came together to discuss the state of education in their respective institutions during the Education Summit held last last Thursday at the Saipan World Resort’s Taga Hall.