Businesses find energy, value in interns

Businesses find energy, value in interns

Animas High School LINK program looking for mentors
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Araaa Aquarian, right, made a promotional video for the Durango Adaptive Sports Association during her LINK internship as a junior last year at Animas High School. She talks about her project with Ted Rifkin, left, on Wednesday evening at the Powerhouse Science Center. In back are LINK program coordinator Zoë Nelsen, left, and AHS senior Ranier Ford. Araaa is the daughter of Edit Aquarian and Gregory Hopkins, and Ranier is the daughter of Tracy and John Ford.
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To learn more

Visit www.animashighschool.com to learn more about Animas High School.
Visit http://ahslink.weebly.com to learn more about AHS’ Leading Internships for New Knowledge; or contact LINK program coordinator Zoë Nelsen at

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