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Ninth grade students at South Western High School spent Wednesday learning about STEM career possibilities during the Junior Achievement STEM Summit.

Students learned about sciences, engineering and several trades, including electrical and automotive repair. 

The STEM Summit is an all-day program broken up into nine 30-minute sessions. There are three sets of experiments, three sets of competitions and a career panel presentation.

The JA STEM Summit will be presented in a total of 51 area schools this year and is in its seventh year of programming. 

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