Fall 2022 Advanced Students

   
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Britney is from Gilroy, CA. She will graduate in Spring 2023 with a degree in Justice Studies and a minor in Public Policy. She is a first-generation student. Britney plans to attend law school and work in public interest law. She joined the RCP because she wanted to assist people affected by past mistakes and injustices and gain hands-on legal experience. Britney also volunteers at Community Solutions where she works on domestic violence prevention. She is fluent in Spanish.

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Daniel was born and raised in the Bay Area. He is a Justice Studies major and will graduate in Fall 2022. He plans to work as a police officer. He finds RCP rewarding and hopes to continue to be of service to others. He is proficient in Korean.

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Dejour was born in Perris, CA. He is a first-generation college student majoring in Justice Studies. Dejour plans to go to law school to become a defense attorney. He is passionate about helping people and the Record Clearance Project has been a great opportunity for him to help people change their lives and gain skills for his future work as a lawyer.

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Destiny was born in Morgan Hill, CA. She will graduate in Fall 2022 with a degree in Justice Studies and a minor in Forensics. Destiny plans to become a crime scene investigator. She joined RCP because she wanted to help people from her community.

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Yvette is a first-generation college student from Hayward, CA. She graduates in Fall 2022 with a B.S. in Justice Studies and a minor in Forensic Studies. She plans to attend graduate school for her Master’s in Forensic Psychology. Yvette joined the Record Clearance Project to help individuals get a second chance in life and allow them to better understand legal proceedings affecting them. Yvette speaks Spanish.

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Oscar is a first-generation college student from San Jose, CA. He is majoring in Justice Studies and joined the Record Clearance Project to help make a difference in people’s lives. His career plans are uncertain at the moment, but Oscar is thinking about attending law school.

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Lenny was born in San Jose, CA. He is a Justice Studies major and will be graduating in Spring 2023. Lenny plans to join law enforcement once he has graduated and hopes to use the information gained from RCP to help potential future clients. Lenny understands, speaks, and reads basic Spanish.

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Alina was born in Chino Hills, CA. She is majoring in Justice Studies and will graduate in Spring 2023. She plans to take a year off before attending law school. She plans to work as a criminal defense attorney. She is also interested in environmental law and immigration law. Alina joined RCP to help give people a much-deserved second chance. She wishes RCP services were available in all counties across the nation.

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Tylaw is from San Francisco, CA. A first-generation college student, Tylaw is a Justice Studies major who will graduate in Fall 2024. Tylaw joined the Record Clearance Project to work with individuals to create positive change in their lives. He plans to work in a government position and apply what he has learned in working with the RCP to create lasting, systemic change.