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Student Career Summit

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Amarillo, TX - High school junior's are  receiving  a glimpse of the real world in Amarillo Wednesday.

The "Ready for the Real World" clinic is hosing hundreds of Amarillo ISD students to prepare them for life after high school.

Each junior will choose from 57 sessions, classes like money management, living on your own, and how to register for college.

The  events begins Wednesday morning.

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