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Tech program a career head start

High school students earn college credit for studies

Ballston Spa High School junior Jonathan Mitchell demonstrates his project at the Capstone Project Exhibition that followed Tuesday's completion ceremony for Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School in Malta.
Ballston Spa High School junior Jonathan Mitchell demonstrates his project at the Capstone Project Exhibition that followed Tuesday's completion ceremony for Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School in Malta.
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Dominique Helwig always excelled in the sciences, so being a part of a rigorous early college program in high school that exposes Capital Region students to clean energy topics was something that enthralled her. “I’ve always been really good with doing technology work and doing computer work and doing graphic design,” she said. “So that is where it all started for me.” Helwig, a Ballston Spa High School senior, is a part of a new, ...

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