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"I knew I wanted to serve my country. My Criminal Justice classes opened up a new world to me on how I could become a public servant. I decided I wanted to become a federal employee, and I haven’t looked back since then. I interned with the federal government's National Bulk Cash Smuggling Center in Williston, Vermont, which works to assist federal, state, tribal, local and foreign law enforcement in preventing, investigating, and disrupting money laundering." --Luke Puleo '15, Criminal Justice & Communications Double Major, Sociology Minor.

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