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Taco Bell celebrates GED program graduate

Employee earns GED (Source:WALB) Employee earns GED (Source:WALB)
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Santana Campbell (Source:WALB) Santana Campbell (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A Taco Bell employee is being celebrated by the company after getting her GED while working a busy schedule. 

Santana Campbell passed five months of online classes to complete the company-sponsored program. 

Taco Bell also offers incentives for high school and college diploma-seekers.

Campbell's family and coworkers threw her a surprise party at the restaurant once she had finished the program. 

“They had everything set up nice and a big sign with my name on it," Campbell said. "It made me feel special. They’re all like my family.”

Campbell plans on attending college to earn a degree in business administration. 

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