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CCS grad working on Habitat for Humanity house in North Platte PDF Print E-mail

Misael Garcia, a recent Chase County Schools graduate, at right, works with Kevin May, a lab assistant at North Platte Community College (NPCC), as they wire a Habitat for Humanity house at 1019 No. Walnut in North Platte. Garcia of Imperial is one of 10 NPCC electrical technology students working on the project. Jake Elmshaeuser, electrical technology instructor, said the project is a good way for students to gain real world experience through on-the-job training. His students assist with at least one Habitat for Humanity house each year. (Courtesy photo)