After he made the decision to drop out of high school, Chris Garrett worked in the food services industry for over a decade, eventually ending up scraping by working two jobs. But, after his daughter was born, he was determined to set an example. Learn how Chris’s training at Wayne County Schools Career Center connected him to a fabulous new career in manufacturing!
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