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Latrina Candia, cont. from page 2. when students don't catch on right away. Sometimes adult learners need a little more time, and it really takes a true professional to understand that." What the Future Holds LaTrina plans to graduate from PVCC in the fall with an Associate of Science degree in Education* and transfer to the University of Virginia. She said she will pursue both bachelor's and master's degrees in education and hopes to teach math at the junior high level. LaTrina tutors other students in PVCC's Writing Center and also volunteers with Computers 4 Kids, a local nonprofit that helps low-income youth enhance their computer and learning skills. "They're not only discovering ways to use technology, but ways to improve themselves all around. All it takes is a teacher to help, and I'm glad to carry on the example I learned at PVCC." *For more information, see History of Garden Design, Plant Pest Management and Planting Design I. Now I'm taking all the horticulture classes I can possibly fit into my schedule," said Harrison, who has already received a Career Studies Certificate in Horticulture from PVCC and is now completing the College's Associate of Science degree in Horticulture*. W How He Became Interested in Horticulture After graduating high school, Harrison ended up in school in Florida with a plan to pursue a career in the entertainment business. "While I was there, I started doing landscaping and construction work and developed a real love for plants and being outside," he said. Harrison Holland, cont. on page 5. For schedule updates, visit PVCC Fall 2012 Class Schedule 3 PVCC Student: Harrison Holland Sowing the Seeds for a Bright Future hat He's Studying at PVCC "I started last fall taking Harrison Holland and Ian Robertson, horticulture instructor

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