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Alternative education students expand their horizons through new internship program


Last updated 1/10/2018 at Noon

Alternative Education students John Calvario and Jayla Terry learn new skills and teamwork through an internship program offered through the Riverside County Office of Education’s Arlington Regional Learning Center. Courtesy photo

RIVERSIDE – Jayla Terry works for a nonprofit organization serving thousands of needy Riverside County residents. John Calvario provides support for the Riverside mayor’s office working with community outreach programs.

Both high school students have been given a chance to serve their communities and earn money as paid interns through a new program offered through the Riverside County Office of Education at the Arlington Regional Learning Center.

Started in summer of 2017, the Expanding Horizons program for alternative education students is already showing positive results, Tiffany Wa...

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