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Hard Work Paid Off for this Pharmacy Tech Graduate

When Kayla Palmer was in third grade, she was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD), a condition that not only made school difficult, but which also made her self-conscious about the way she learned and went through life. While others always appeared to have things figured out – from the speed at which they learned and completed assignments to their grasp on their future aspirations – Kayla often struggled with grades and behavioral issues. And, though she successfully graduated from high school in 2018, her first attempt at college followed that all-to-familiar path. But, Kayla found the confidence she needed to succeed at Florida Career College in Orlando. READ HER STORY

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