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Criminal Justice Degree Provides Multitude of Job Options

by Tim Brunicardi

Students who graduate with a degree in Criminal Justice have the option to follow one of many different career paths.

An Associate Degree May Soon Be Required for EMS Professionals

by Tim Brunicardi

Currently, the only thing an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) employee needs in order to secure employment is a National EMS Certification. However, a recent joint statement from the National Association of EMS Educators, the National EMS Management Association, and the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedics indicated that this situation could be changing.

America's War On Drugs: How You Can Help Combat the Drug Epidemic

by Tim Brunicardi

It's no secret that the U.S. has a drug problem.

Substance Abuse Counselors: Where Do They Work & What Do They Do?

by Tim Brunicardi

Do you know someone who was addicted to alcohol or drugs and sought treatment? If so, then they may have seen a substance abuse counselor.

The Top 12 Careers For Introverts & Extroverts

by Tim Brunicardi

Do you find yourself shy around others and enjoy spending time to yourself? Or are you outgoing and prefer to spend time with others? Depending on your answer, you may be an introvert or extrovert.

To Protect & Serve: Recognizing Police Officers On National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Each year, between 140 to 160 officers are killed in the line of duty. Today, which is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, is a day in which citizens across the United States can show their appreciation to those men and women who put their lives at risk in order for us to have a safer & better community.

13 Tips For Staying Sober This Holiday Season

by Tim Brunicardi

The holiday season can be an extremely stressful time of year, especially if you just got out of a recovery program and are sober. While getting together with family and friends may have seemed harmless in the past, you could be putting your recovery at risk if alcohol is being served at any holiday function. Therefore, if this is your first holiday season sober, here are 13 tips to help you get through it sober.

How You Can Help the Victims of the California Wildfires

by Tim Brunicardi

Traditionally, the holiday season is associated with shopping, family gatherings, and receiving gifts. However, the season is also about helping those less fortunate than you by making a donation to a worthy cause.

California Wildfires Stress the Need for Qualified Firefighters & EMTs

by Tim Brunicardi

As of Sunday, November 25, the Northern California wildfire has finally been contained after burning for two weeks. According to AP News, the wildfire is now the nation’s deadliest wildfire in a century and has killed at least 85 people, and 249 people are still unaccounted for.

What Does It Take to Enter a Police Academy Training Program?

by Tim Brunicardi

If you're looking to enter a police officer training academy in Ohio, you must be able to pass a series of tests that measure both your level of physical fitness, as well as your ability to pass a series of medical tests.

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