Wisconsin State Patrol will hold a meet and greet on Saturday for the African-American and other minority communities
The meet and greet will be held at the Mt. Horeb Baptist Church, 534 W. Center Street, Milwaukee.
Wisconsin State Patrol troopers will hold a “meet and greet” to help recruit men and women from the African-American and other minority communities for careers in the State Patrol on Saturday, March 5, from 10 a.m. to noon. The meet and greet will be held at the Mt. Horeb Baptist Church, 534 W. Center Street, Milwaukee.
“The goal of the meet and greet is to foster long-lasting relationships with our local community as well as to get men and women in the African-American and other minority communities interested in law enforcement careers,” said Wisconsin State Patrol Captain Tony Burrell.
The Wisconsin State Patrol is recruiting through March 14 for its next recruit class of troopers and inspectors. More information is available online at: www.wistatepatroljobs.wi.gov.
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