BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN
Nurse, lawyer, doctor, firefighter, police officer, astronaut.
Most kids, when asked what they want to be when they group up, might not answer “refrigeration operator.”
But a program in Azle High School’s Career and Technology Education (CTE) department, taught by Marcos Braz of MRBRAZ and Associates, in conjunction with AHS physics teacher Don May, is making a career in the refrigeration industry a real possibility for a number of students.
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