Ms. Theresa Bryant
School: Arts & Letters
Academic Department: Sociology and Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2011
Hometown: Ebensburg, PA
I work as an Intake Probation Officer at Warren County Juvenile Court. I am responsible for three different caseloads-all juveniles on House Arrest, Electric Monitoring-House Arrest (GPS), and Compliance.I assign juveniles to probation officer case loads, and complete the intake process with all juveniles and their parents after court hearings.
Sociology Honor Society: Alpha Kappa Delta, former Vice President of the Sociology/Criminal Justice Club, Committee Chair for Criminal Justice Week.
Why did you choose Saint Francis?
I chose Saint Francis because of the small classroom sizes. At Saint Francis the professors are very helpful and understanding. The atmosphere at Saint Francis is friendly and supportive, making it comfortable.
Why Criminal Justice at SFU?
The criminal justice program at Saint Francis is very interactive and educational. This program gives students the opportunity to listen to speakers from the community, to be aware of the career possibilities for this major. The professors in the CJ major give detailed information for success in the workforce. Their career advice complements by their research.