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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – The 'Career Cruiser' will travel to different schools and businesses. It can provide admissions and testing services to prospective students who may not have the time to go to the Albany Tech campus.

There are ten laptop computer work stations aboard the bus to help with recruitment services.

Drafting student Edrian Mallory named the bus career cruiser to come up with the catchy name to get people's attention. 

"What we hope to achieve is to provide admissions testing and registration on site to our middle schools, high schools, hospitals, chamber of commerce employees and employers in our service delivery area," said Lisa De Jesus, Albany Tech Dean of Admissions.

Edrian Mallory, who named the bus is finishing the drafting program and will continue at Albany Tech to get her associates degree.


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