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The classes Tyleana Venable took while attending Berkeley College gave her practical experience that she applies to her growing career in law.
Graduate's Growing Legal Career Begins at Berkeley College
Tyleana Venable graduated from Berkeley College with a B.S. in Justice Studies – Criminal Justice in 2014, and is currently working toward her J.D. at State University of New York at Buffalo. The classes she took while attending Berkeley College in White Plains, NY, gave her practical experience that she applies to her growing career in law. “Without those courses, I am not sure I would be where I am today,” Ms. Venable said.
While attending SUNY Buffalo to earn her J.D., which she expects to complete in 2018, Ms. Venable is also working as a law clerk for the Greenburgh Town Attorney’s office in Greenburgh, NY. She also served as a Collaborative Learning Experience Peer Leader and a Peer Tutor at Berkeley College when she was taking classes.
As she continues to focus on building a successful law career, Ms. Venable also aspires to return to Berkeley College as a professor. “I want to give students the same exceptional experience I had in college,” she said.