Education to Work

This article was published November 11, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

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Hot Springs World Class High School students from the gifted and talented program and the Industry/Technology Academy recently attended the Environmental Education to Work Conference, sponsored by Arkansas Environmental Education Association, held at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville. The conference provided students with an opportunity to explore and learn about the wide array of jobs linked to the environmental field. Hot Springs students who attended were front, from left, Ella Pace, Madison Rose, Nina Thomas, Anahi Ramirez and Ana Lambert, and back, from left, Dominique Rivera, Hayley Mitchell, Josephine Rees, Camilla Holden, Julio Aguila, David Carter, Sebastian Love, Jagur Eliason, Cameron Dickerson and Jacoby Weston.

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