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Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 12:00 am

In conjunction with the Tri-Valley Community Foundation, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Justice Academy is offering a paid six-month educational and vocational experience for Tri-Valley high school students aged 16-18.

Included in the educational topics covered are criminal justice, social justice, law and the court system. From there, the academy transitions into a work-experience opportunity during which students will be placed in justice-related summer jobs with Tri-Valley offices or organizations.

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