PASCO, Wash.—There's one question every middle school and high school student will eventually face. What do you want to be when you grow up?
Friday a "Youth and Justice' forum at CBC helped to get students interested in a career in the justice system. More than 40 judges, attorneys and police officers shared information.
"I've learned why you can become a lawyer, some good schools to go to and programs you can go to to get into college a little bit faster," says Alondra Roque, Park Middle School student.
University representatives were also there to talk about grants and scholarships.