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IRSC Grad Finds 'the Right Track' for His Education

IRSC Grad Finds 'the Right Track' for His Education

March 30, 2021 Molly Bartels

When Caleb Brock walked across the graduation stage this past December his honor medals made gentle “clinking” sounds. But getting to that stage wasn’t a sure thing for Caleb.

Caleb Brock

“When I first came to IRSC I was doing it because I had the GI Bill and Florida Prepaid. I wasn’t 100% motivated. The faculty and staff really lit a fire in me to learn and think more about my future. They kept me on the right track to continue my education."

Caleb is a 2010 Martin County High School graduate and lives in Palm City. He was enrolled in JROTC at MCHS for three years. Upon graduating, Caleb joined the Marines and served from 2011-2013. He is third generation military and served as an 0352-Anti-Tank Infantryman and was stationed at Camp Dwyer, a tactical base located in the district of Marjah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.

After earning his BS in Criminal Justice, Caleb hopes to work for Homeland Security the Secret Service, ICE or the Border Patrol. “I want to do something where I can put my military and criminal justice experience to good use.”

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