Marc Blazejowski: Devoted to Higher Education

Marc Blazejowski is a highly dedicated and successful individual. He is a retired police officer who worked on the Bristol Police force within his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut. His work with the police department of Bristol, Connecticut was exemplary, and they rewarded Marc with a number of medals for his service. His dedication to keeping his hometown safe, secure, and a wonderful place to live is the foundation of his dedication on the police force. He was hired on by the police department in 1999 only a few years after graduating from Mitchell College with an undergraduate degree in criminal justice. He excelled in the police academy and began his work as a police officer in the year 2000. Eager to excel in all aspects of his life, he is currently working towards two degrees from Central Connecticut State University in social work and criminology.

 

Marc Blazejowski

Marc Blazejowski

Marc Blazejowski had a very successful career as a Bristol Police Department law officer because of his strong background in education. The first instance that he had ever moved away from his hometown was in 1997 when he enrolled in Mitchell College to pursue a degree in criminal justice. Only a few short years later, Marc was employed by the Bristol Police Department and enrolled in the police academy in 1999. He excelled and put into uniform immediately after completion. Now, Marc Blazejowski is pursuing a career as a social worker with the intention of working with youth of all ages. He is pursuing degrees at the Central Connecticut State University in both criminology and social work. He is expected to graduate in December of 2015.

 

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