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High school internships in jeopardy

State Senate's plan eliminates funding

Telma Talla, 17, a Brighton High senior, said working last summer at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center solidified her desire to become a surgeon. Telma Talla, 17, a Brighton High senior, said working last summer at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center solidified her desire to become a surgeon. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / June 1, 2009

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Thousands of internships for high school students across the state are threatened, and a Boston-based program that has been a national model for workforce development could be decimated under a budget cut proposed by the state Senate. (Full article: 798 words)

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