To gain valuable "real world" work experience, each student must complete 500 hours of employment in an approved job that is directly related to their major. In fact, most students work each summer in a major-related job. Some even work part-time during the semester. The extra experience and professional contacts they make not only helps them get their first job but helps them keep their job. Plus, students get to sample potential careers. This helps them find their preference and niche.
Harris is putting his skills in design to use to help provide fruits and vegetables for people who are struggling to survive.
The Blue Tree Garden Center features beautiful garden displays with an exceptional selection of colorful annuals, perennials and hanging baskets.