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Shelby County Camp Teaches Girls Construction

7/26/2018
Some teenage girls spend their summers by the pool, but 15 girls in Shelby County are spending it doing construction.

Students Spend Summer Becoming Welders

7/19/2018
Students are preparing for a career in welding in the Jump Start Summer Initiative program.

A Line-Item Veto Well Worth Making

7/12/2018
When Gov. Jerry Brown considers a new state budget, he’ll have an opportunity to continue a program giving people a second chance in life and more.

From Medical Field Technician to Mechanical Engineer

7/5/2018
Enow Tanyi followed his dreams to serve his country and become a mechanical engineer.

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