As NWU starts classes, five forenisc science graduates and students start a new job at American Systems in Virginia as latent fingerprint technicians. Graduates Gabrielle Toy, Alisha Engle, and Cody Olander and students Tanine Rennick and Kevin Curry have all been hired by a company that provides forensic science services to clients. Graduate Kelly Sobilo is a Senior Latent Print Technician with the company and encouraged NWU forensic science students to apply, based on the training she knew they were given. Congratulations to all, and we wish you success at your new job!
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