Students learn job skills through community project

03/9/2014 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

Some students at two high schools in Santa Cruz, Calif., are getting hands-on job skills training and helping the local environment at the same time. The students recently learned about habitat restoration by clearing invasive species and planting native plants at a local park. The schools' alternative-education programs offer graduation credits, career training and hands-on work experiences in a range of fields, including agriculture, construction, alternative energy, habitat restoration and computers.

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