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Focus (Economy: On-The-Job Training) #602128

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 04, 1994
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(No location given: Kelly O'Donnell) On-the-job training in the growing field of biotechnology for high school students not bound for college featured; scenes shown from the bio-tech academy at Miles pharmaceutical labs. [Student Tamasha CUNNINGHAM, Damian KIRKLAND, Ria COTTON, Berkeley High School teacher Amy HANSEN, students Michelle BURNETT, Roberto HERNANDEZ, Miles, Incorporated, vice president Rick SPRIGLEY - talk about what they are learning and the opportunities in high-tech.]

O'Donnell, Kelly;
Roberts, Deborah

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