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Outlook Montgomery strives to help our community of students, potential students & families navigate what is next, by providing relevant information to find new pathways to build a better future for themselves and our county.
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The AAS in criminal justice is designed to prepare students for careers within the criminal justice system offering a combination of liberal arts and specialized career courses to help students upon entry into the criminal justice field.
There are many ways to help the Montgomery County Department of Police do its job. Find out how you can make a difference in your county. Join them as a police officer, a police cadet, or a dispatcher/call taker.
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Montgomery College is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, including undocumented students. Undocumented students, who often face barriers and challenges as they navigate campus policies, require support services that address their unique needs. The College provides extra support for students who need help navigating the requirements of the Maryland Dream Act and DACA.
Racial equity and social justice are what we strive to achieve in Montgomery County. The Government Alliance on Racial Equity (GARE) defines racial equity as “when race can no longer be used to predict life outcomes and outcomes for all groups are improved.” Racial equity and social justice are urgent moral and socioeconomic endeavors for our community. Our county’s population has changed, both in numbers and in diversity, and this did not happen overnight. Addressing issues of racial equity is not only an ethical obligation; it is essential to ensure the continued economic vitality of our community. For resources that further explain the County's efforts, go to https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/COUNCIL/EquityMatters.htmlnew window
Montgomery County community members and organizations are encouraged to host community (PDF, ) conversations on racial equity with their friends, neighbors and colleagues and to report their findings back using a survey tool. These structured conversations can take place in homes, community centers, houses of worship, coffee shops, parks or any place you feel comfortable. Some guiding questions for the conversation include:
Why does racial equity matter?
Are you impacted by racial inequity?
What changes do you want to see to promote racial equity and social justice?
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