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Center looks to expand local involvement

Jan 29, 2017 From staff and wire reports

As more students from the Wind River Job Corps advance in their trades, work-based learning specialist Julianna Eckley said the center is looking for more opportunities in Fremont County for students to help in the community.

Students helped clear snow from Riverton sidewalks this week, and Eckley said sutdents are also looking for volunteer work with which they can utilize their trades, including building construction, electrical and welding.

Students nearing graduation are also looking for internships in the community.

Organizations who can use the help should contact Eckley at 307-857-9743.

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