Leaving school to make the world their classroom

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Leaving school to make the world their classroom

3-week internships prep AHS students for work life
Keagan Felker learned firearm engraving from Marty Rabeno, a longtime, professional firearm engraver in Durango. Keagan is interested in art and enjoys shooting. He was able to combine his passions during Animas High School’s Leading Internships for New Knowledge (LINK) program that was held for three weeks in March.
At the Pacuare Nature Reserve in Costa Rica, Heidi Williams made sure turtle eggs were moved to a safe place to hatch near the Caribbean. She also worked on an organic farm and participated in reef research.
Allie Rodd’s interest in medicine took her to the African country of Malawi where she worked with doctors for four weeks at a medical clinic.

Leaving school to make the world their classroom

Keagan Felker learned firearm engraving from Marty Rabeno, a longtime, professional firearm engraver in Durango. Keagan is interested in art and enjoys shooting. He was able to combine his passions during Animas High School’s Leading Internships for New Knowledge (LINK) program that was held for three weeks in March.
At the Pacuare Nature Reserve in Costa Rica, Heidi Williams made sure turtle eggs were moved to a safe place to hatch near the Caribbean. She also worked on an organic farm and participated in reef research.
Allie Rodd’s interest in medicine took her to the African country of Malawi where she worked with doctors for four weeks at a medical clinic.
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