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Capital Region students get insight on utility industry work


Ed Dings, one of the elecrical trainers for National Grid, shows Tech Valley High and Questar III students a shotgun stick tool, used to remove the connection between two wires, Wednesday in Schenectady.
Ed Dings, one of the elecrical trainers for National Grid, shows Tech Valley High and Questar III students a shotgun stick tool, used to remove the connection between two wires, Wednesday in Schenectady.
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There are pros and cons to being a line person for National Grid. Students from Tech Valley High School and Questar III BOCES learned about both this week during a three-day immersion program with the company designed to give them a realistic understanding of the utility industry. “They actually visited with a crew yesterday inside our garage, and the crew was very good. They were very frank. They told them about the rewards as well ...


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