WATCH: Fifty-Three Students Graduate From Brevard’s Adult and Community Education Program

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Adult Ed graduated the first class for CTC Automotive Service Technology cohorts

ABOVE VIDEO: Fifty-three students crossed the stage Wednesday evening to receive their degrees as part of Brevard’s Adult and Community Education program’s 2019 graduation ceremony.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Fifty-three students crossed the stage Wednesday evening to receive their degrees as part of Brevard’s Adult and Community Education program’s 2019 graduation ceremony.

Superintendent Mullins, joined school board members and local dignitaries, including Florida State Senator Tom Wright (R-District 14), to celebrate these students’ accomplishments and dedication.

The program, which grants high school equivalency degrees, adult high school diplomas, degrees for those learning English as a second language and most recently, vocational certifications, offers alternate options for adults and teens who’ve taken a different path to their educational goals.

This year, Adult Ed graduated the first class for CTC Automotive Service Technology cohorts – a program where students learn entry-level skills in the service and maintenance of today’s advanced automobile systems and the first graduating class for its Pre-Apprenticeship program.

In addition, the program will soon be breaking ground on a new manufacturing building.

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