In a few days, students will file in from their summer vacation to air-conditioned classrooms once again. That’s a big change for the four 2013 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) students who worked outside during their summer break for the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. They’re returning to school with money in their pockets, federal conservation work experience under their belt and a great job reference.
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