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HAMLET — Many students who begin their studies at Richmond Community College do not have a clear picture of their future, but because the College offers a wide array of courses and programs, it doesn’t take long for someone to figure out his or her career path. 

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HAMLET — High school students who enter Richmond Community College’s Machining program are getting key tools of a machinist thanks to an $8,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation.

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HAMLET — Getting lost at Richmond Community College and ending up in the machine shop was the best wrong turn Matt Bower could have made career-wise. The 2005 graduate of the Computer Integrated Machining program is now working full-time at Goodyear Tire and Rubber in Fayetteville and also runs his own business, Bower Precision Alignments, on the side.

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