, a Port Arthur resident, agreed that the course took a lot of studying."You have to know the book from cover to cover," she
said.Nico started working at the Mark Stiles Unit Monday.
"You have to be mentally prepared for the program," she
The instructors teach students to react to many different situations, Nico
said."I learned a lot during the class.It mentally and physically stretches you to the limit." Kimberly NicoNico, a graduate of Memorial High School, said she was very excited about her new career.She graduated from Job Corps in San Marcos in 2006, before returning to Southeast Texas.
Two other graduates were honored with the Top Gun Award.