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About 120 teachers and others from South Broward High School participated in a panel discussion about jobs in the marine industry and took a tour of Lauderdale Marine Center in Ft. Lauderdale in early March.

The field trip was organized by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida to help educate teachers about careers in the marine industry so they can better help students who show interest in the industry.

 

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