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Central students who participate in the Sylacauga Alliance for Family Enhancements (SAFE) program participated in creating a video for the SAFE director, Dr. Margaret Morton, to highlight the impact the program has had on their college and career future. Central High School SAFE site supervisor, Jacques Mitchell, said the video brought Dr. Morton to tears with pride as the students shared the positive impact the program has had on their preparation for college and careers. SAFE utilizes the pay to learn model, so students do not have to decide between after school employment and enrichment opportunities. As highlighted in the video, the program provides an opportunity for our students to prepare for the ACT college entrance exam and learn about the workplace through lessons in etiquette, career paths, mock interviews, and resume creation. We are grateful to have the after school SAFE program at Central and appreciate the work of our site supervisor and facilitators of the program.