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Video: Community college student lands job at Breakell via green jobs grant


   

Nader Rasoul at Breakell, a Roanoke-based company Nader Rasoul


BLACKSBURG, Va., April 8, 2011 – Virginia Tech’s two-year focus on training for green jobs helped Nader Rasoul, of Blue Ridge in Botetourt County, get a job. Because of the green jobs grant that Office of Economic Development spearheaded, Rasoul now works part-time for Breakell Incorporated, a Roanoke-based company.

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