ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A student at St. Augustine High School is using coffee to prepare for his future and give back to others.
Al Miller is a senior, and when he's not learning, he's working.
In the mornings he can be found in the Yellow Jacket halls on a mission.
"[I help] deliver coffee," Miller said. "I take it to people."
Miller delivers coffee around the school for his job at Jacket Java. His favorite part is giving folks a smile.
It's a part of a career-based vocational department within the school, which prepares the students for their future.
He is one of nine students who work at a hospital cafeteria three days a week, leaving the other two for coffee.
While his delivery skills are unmatched, his teachers say it's his work ethic and positive attitude that make him Student of the Week.
First Coast News