Rustler Spotlight: Magaly Guerrero
November 20, 2018
The location, as well as the flexible class hours, played a big part in Guerrero’s decision to attend CWC. After researching the school’s well-rounded criminal justice program, Guerrero knew this was where she wanted to be.
“The possibility to become a detective was the best factor,” Guerrero said.
Guerrero enjoys the thinking and problem solving needed for this degree. She has already learned so much from the reading and writing requirements as well as from the help of her professors.
I like that I can communicate with them and ask for help when I need it. ”
After graduation, Guerrero wants to become a detective and work for the government performing criminal case investigations.
Guerrero was nominated by Buck Tilton, professor of English.
“Moogy, as we call her, is raising two children, working more than 50 hours every week to provide for her family,” Tilton said. “And consistently bringing a wave of positive energy when she walks into the classroom. In addition, she keeps the bar set high with respect to hard work and dedication to her studies.”