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226th Police Academy Graduation

On June 16, 2022, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Frank Bland Regional Training Center and San Bernardino Valley College hosted the 226th Police Academy Graduation Ceremony in the Abundant Living Family Church in Rancho Cucamonga. Eighty-nine trainees completed an intensive twenty-four-week program. Over 1,000 family members and friends watched the ceremony, including on a Livestream via YouTube. Graduates have been hired by several law enforcement agencies; including San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, Azusa Police Department, Barstow Police Department, Chino Police Department, Claremont Police Department, Corona Police Department, Fontana Police Department, La Verne Police Department, Montclair Police Department, Pomona Police Department, Rialto Police Department, Riverside Police Department, among others. San Bernardino Valley College is extremely proud of the pre-service cadets who have all been hired by law enforcement agencies.

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Two SBVC MESA students, Eva Santoyo and Bradley Burson, were accepted to the competitive 2022 Idea Accelerator project. Santoyo and Burson will have eight weeks to work on developing a solution to a societal problem using a human-centered design process. California MESA is a college and career prep engine that propels student diversity and achievements in science, engineering, and math.

The program’s goal is to develop and inspire MESA students to be visionary entrepreneurs through their coursework. Industry members judge a pitch presentation, and the winning team earns a scholarship. Scholarships are also awarded to team leads and teams who finish the project.

Santoyo and Brunson will learn and compete with students from CC, CSU, and UC campuses.

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Founded in 1926, San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) is a comprehensive community college offering hundreds of degree programs, on campus and online.