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Students hear about the future of jobs

Speed interviews allow AHS juniors and seniors to meet with professionals
Sean Madden, 16, a junior at Animas High School, talks with Cat Vogel, of Purgatory Resort, on Feb. 18 as students and area professional conduct speed interviews during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Animas High School students and area professionals network on Feb. 18 during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Animas High School students and area professionals network on Feb. 18 during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Landon Moranty, right, an Animas High School junior, discusses a career in law enforcement and internship possibilities with the Durango Police Department with Officer Forrest Kinney at The Future of Work conference.

Students hear about the future of jobs

Sean Madden, 16, a junior at Animas High School, talks with Cat Vogel, of Purgatory Resort, on Feb. 18 as students and area professional conduct speed interviews during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Animas High School students and area professionals network on Feb. 18 during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Animas High School students and area professionals network on Feb. 18 during the Vision on the Future of Work conference at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Landon Moranty, right, an Animas High School junior, discusses a career in law enforcement and internship possibilities with the Durango Police Department with Officer Forrest Kinney at The Future of Work conference.
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