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Digging Deep

I’ll never forget my first day working on the mountain and let me warn you, it wasn’t pretty. You see,…

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My journey isn’t over, it’s just beginning

As my graduation approaches, I find myself looking back over the past few years and all of the hardships I…

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Learning to Follow, Then to Lead

"I needed to be patient, watch my peers, and learn. I was ready to take on the responsibility of owning my actions and becoming a leader.

That’s the thing about the program. It makes you realize how important it is to be part of a team, to be able to work with all kinds of people (even ones you might not like or agree with) and that everyone has something they are good at."

– JaMaal

Class of 2022

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