Students learn about maritime careers in Fort LauderdaleJan 11, 2019 by Lucy Chabot Reed
By Lucy Chabot Reed
About 30 high school students were introduced to the South Florida’s marine industry on Friday with a panel discussion of young marine industry professionals and a tour of Fort Lauderdale’s New River.
The students are participants in Junior Achievement of South Florida’s the Career Bound program to experience training in financial literacy, skill-building, and entrepreneurial values. The Marine Industries Association of South Florida organized the event, and the river tour was courtesy of Water Taxi.
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