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Head shot of Ramiyah - LMC Intern

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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Head shot of LaQuisha - former LMC intern

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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The Boulders on Old Wauhatchie Pike

A 40-page guide which provides bouldering routes for 28 Boulders on Old Wauhatchie Pike.

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Land Protection

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MLK Day of Caring

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Voices from the Mountain
Voices from the Mountain

Pushing Myself, One Step at a Time

"It seems funny now, but I learned a lot of life lessons [through the Intern Program] that are also helpful in school.

Working as an intern, you realize that things aren’t going to go as planned. It’s like a puzzle. You have to find the right piece to complete your journey. Some things aren’t going to be perfect, but once you slow down and think of new approaches to the problem, it will get easier."

– Breanna

Class of 2021

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