New Vision Law & Government
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
Integrated Academic Coursework
Participation in Government (1/2 credit per year)
Economics (1/2 credit per year)
English 12 (1 credit per year)
American Red Cross - First Aid, CPR and AED Adult Certifications
Additional Program Notes
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.
“I think this is one of the best decisions I've made in high school.” - Cheyenne Trudell, Class of 2018, Mexico High School
“Being in New Vision has solidified my choice in career and has shown me the various parts of the law system, which will be beneficial as I approach going into the workforce.” - Reese Davis, Class of 2018, Oswego High School
“New Vision offers college credits on top of all of the advanced placement classes that I am currently enrolled in at my school. This will help me outstandingly in my venture to becoming an attorney at law.” - Cade Reed, Class of 2018, John C. Birdlebough High School