Tracker Fire is proud to announce that we have our first Work-Based Learning student aboard!  We would like to welcome Brian Smith from Jackson County Comprehensive High School.  Brian has successfully completed the Architecture Drawing & Design End of Pathway National Assessment in May and achieved AutoDesk Revit Architecture Certified User status in May.  Congratulations Brian and welcome aboard!
With Brian on staff, Tracker Fire can help you with your Revit needs, too!  Give us a call!

 


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It's pleasurable for a student to announce his name to congratulate him. If we're on the same shoe, I would be glad for their effort. I'm happy for his achievements and I look forward to the continuous success of his career. May the best wishes always enter into his life. Thank you for posting this, have a good day!

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It's pleasurable for a student to announce his name to congratulate him. If we're on the same shoe, I would be glad for their effort. I'm happy for his achievements and I look forward to the continuous success of his career. May the best wishes always enter into his life. Thank you for posting this, keep blogging!

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05/20/2017 13:48

Students from every educational institution should be welcome and invited to professional platforms where they get chances to learn things related to their future. This will create a platform withing students of how they will have to stay and what thing will they have to deal in with in their professional lives.

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