By Mike LaCrosse

BOSTON (CBS) – Students at The Greater Boston Gaming Career Center at Cambridge College are preparing to graduate this weekend. More than 300 students have completed the program, which is a collaboration between Cambridge College and Encore Boston Harbor.

The college offers 9 to 14 week programs that teach games ranging from blackjack to roulette.

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“This was an opportunity for the college to train individuals who may not want a degree, but want a career and this to me is what Cambridge College is all about,” said Mark Rotondo of Cambridge College.

The Greater Boston Gaming Career Center (WBZ-TV)

The program launched in September. Students learn the math, the rules and how to deal with customers.

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“We are just looking for personality. We’re looking for people that are going to be able to entertain and keep players at the table who are going to have a good time,” said Encore Boston Casino Manger George Megee.

Encore Boston Harbor in Everett. (WBZ-TV)

Eighteen-year-old Tommy Le is one of the students graduating this weekend. The Malden High School graduate said the program helped him find his passion.

“I wasn’t always a book person. I was never really that great in school, but when I came here I excelled I did really good here and I loved it here,” said Le.

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New classes at the school start on Monday.