One of the biggest advantages of attending one of our programs at BTI is the opportunity to build relationships inside and outside the school walls. Part of learning how to become an engaged member of the community is getting out there into the community.
As you attend and participate in these various events and programs, you will get to know more people. Some will become lifelong friends and some will become great professional contacts when you enter your career field.
Over the last 30 years, BTI has spent a great deal of time and effort building these relationships. To date, we have over 480 professional relationships with local businesses and organizations.
In each of our programs, you will have opportunities to learn about and serve in the community. Employers often look for ways individuals participate in the community because it is a great indicator of what you can bring to the workplace.
For example, as a student in the Criminal Justice program, you will have many opportunities to get involved. In October, the Criminal Justice Club gets together to teach children and parents about child safety for Halloween and trick-or-treating. At Christmas, the club takes cookies to local police departments.
Like the Criminal Justice program, all of our programs have clubs that will allow students to build relationships, build their skills and help the community. Learn more about our student-organized clubs here.
If you would like more information about the types of community outreach programs and externship possibilities for your own program, call 866.481.9301 or schedule a visit today to talk to an Admissions Representative about your future.