The New Vision Law & Government program is designed for high school seniors interested in pursuing a career in law, public safety or government. Students will participate in classroom instruction and career-related experiences observed during rotations in settings such as the Oswego County Probation Department, Fulton Police Department and E-911. The classroom setting is held on the SUNY Oswego campus, giving students their first experience as college students. Admission to this program is granted through an application and interview process.
1 year (seniors only)
American Red Cross - First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defi brillator (AED) - Adult, Child and Infant Standards
Participation in Government (1/2 credit per year)
Economics (1/2 credit per year)
English 12 (1 credit per year)
SUNY Oswego (English 150: Principals of Literary Representation, English 102: Composition II, PSY 100: Principles of Human Behavior, and GST 101: General Studies or AP Biology)
American Red Cross - First Aid, CPR and AED Adult Certifications
Dianna Nesbitt, Emily Kirch, Michael DeNobile
The admission process requires an application, recommendations, an on-demand writing sample and an interview.
• Be in grade 12 planning to graduate the same year enrolled in New Vision program;
• Have achieved an attendance rate of 90 percent or better;
• Possess an 85 percent (3.0) or better overall average;
• Be willing to adhere to school and work site codes of conduct;
• Have a focused interest and plan to pursue a career in the law and government fields; and
• Students must submit medical history forms prior to being placed in rotation sites.