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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Hundreds of Albany Technical College students are now ready for the working world. One of the students who graduated tonight was Aamir Green.     

The SGA President is a former Marine who served as the spokesperson for the Technical College System after being chosen the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership winner for the state.

"So I won a car as well as the opportunity to travel and educate people on continuing their education at a technical college," said Aamir Green.       

More than 170 students earned associate degrees Friday night. More than 500 got diplomas and almost 300 received certificates.

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