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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida Power & Light is doing what it can to give back to the community with the holiday season here.

On Thursday, FPL announced a $1 million donation to buy more than 1,600 laptops for students to use in rapid credentialing programs, so they have the tools and resources they need.

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The programs offer students an opportunity to obtain high-value technical certificates and certifications in industries such as advanced manufacturing, transportation and health care.

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It can take 20 weeks or less for students to complete those rapid credentialing programs. Team