When Alex Brummett graduated from Navarre High School in 2014, he knew college was not an option.
Brummett had been an average student, and frankly book smarts were not his thing.
“I am very hands-on, and I wasn’t college material,” he said.
But college is not the only way to succeed in a career, and Brummett knew this. He had dual enrollment in his senior year at Locklin Technical Institute, where he discovered a knack for electrical work.
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