Trine ACJA students praised for Cedar Point volunteer work

October 10, 2019

ACJA Cedar Point

A group of students from Tau Alpha Omicron (TAO) chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association (ACJA—Lambda Alpha Epsilon) earned praise for their work at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, over the weekend of Sept. 27-29. Twelve students volunteered to work during the park’s Halloweekends to raise money for the organization to attend ACJA regional competitions in October. An associate at Cedar Point emailed, “They were by far the best group of volunteers I have worked with. People don't take the time for positive feedback often enough, and I just wanted to let you know that this group of students were exceptional!”

Pictured are: front, from left, MaKenna Knuth, a senior from Lake Villa, Illinois, majoring in criminal justice; Kayla Kay, a freshman from Columbia City, Indiana, majoring in criminal justice; Brooke Neitzert, a sophomore from Coldwater, Michigan, majoring in criminal justice; middle, Jacob Bolen, a junior from Auburn, Indiana, majoring in criminal justice; Grace Haliena, a senior from Defiance, Ohio, majoring in computer information science; Ty Logan, a junior from New Castle, Indiana, majoring in psychology; Jordan Derouin, a freshman from Angola, Indiana, majoring in biomedical engineering; back, Lake Osbun, Dakota Snyder, a sophomore from St. Joe, Indiana, majoring in criminal justice; John Kay, a sophomore from Petoskey, Michigan, majoring in communication; Griffin Watson, a junior from Sterling Heights, Michigan, majoring in criminal justice; and Jaeger Derouin, a senior from Angola, Indiana, majoring in criminal justice.

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