Ga. teens learn about career options

07/17/2013 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

Students participating in a Boys and Girls Clubs summer program based in Georgia are learning about future career options in various industries, such as automotive technology and crime scene investigation. During the weeklong program, students visited companies to learn firsthand what it takes to work in these areas. "It's beneficial to me cause if I want to work at any of these places, I know exactly what's to come and exactly what's expected of me," student Jacoby Gary said.

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