EUSTIS - James Cefalo, 18, and a diesel-mechanic student at Lake Technical College, is confident about his career choice.
"They're always going to be using [diesel]," said Cefalo, who wants to open up his own shop. Earning a diesel certification "wasn't really about the wages for me. It was just one more thing under my belt."
That's also the attitude for Lake Tech officials, who are expanding their tool box when it comes to educating and training students. School officials held a cer
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