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As proud members of the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Program at South River, we have been exposed to many different technical areas. As interns at the CTE (Career Technology Education) Department at the AACPS Board of Education, we are able to apply this knowledge in a real-world environment. 

During our time with the CTE Department we were fortunate enough to attend the Summer Curriculum Writing Academy at Old Mill High School. There, we got the opportunity to work with our mentors to write new curriculum for the CTE classes. This was an extremely enriching experience for us, as it shed light on the extensive process that our teachers go through in order to write new curriculum for us students. 

What really distinguishes our CTE Department internship from other internships is how diverse our workload is. We are never caught doing the same task over and over, and are constantly working on new and exciting tasks. This sponteneity is exactly what us STEM students crave. In addition, we are able to work in multiple subjects, as opposed to being suppressed to only one. For, example, we work with the business, engineering, and FACS aspects of the CTE Department on a regular basis. 


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