Presidential search: From Canada to Bemidji, Laker seeks to head BSU-NTC
As a first generation student, Jason Laker knows the value of a higher education.
He enrolled at Central Michigan University and attended only when he could afford to. At CMU he became a resident assistant, joined a fraternity, was a peer health advisor, joined student government and at the age of 19, ran for City Council.
"I was hooked," Laker said. "I wanted to know more."
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