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High School Students Cook Up Career Skills i
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May 08, 2013 3:59 PM
While many high school students plan to go to college to study medicine, law or engineering, other students want to pursue careers in culinary arts, construction or auto repair. For those students, courses at a specialized high school may help them get started. Faiza Elmasry visited Thomas Edison High School of Technology in the Washington suburbs where students gain hands-on experience so they can decide whether to pursue such careers or not. Faith Lapidus narrates.

High School Students Cook Up Career Skills

Published May 08, 2013

While many high school students plan to go to college to study medicine, law or engineering, other students want to pursue careers in culinary arts, construction or auto repair. For those students, courses at a specialized high school may help them get started. Faiza Elmasry visited Thomas Edison High School of Technology in the Washington suburbs where students gain hands-on experience so they can decide whether to pursue such careers or not. Faith Lapidus narrates.


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