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Students need not look any further for a taste of the working world than their high school co-op program.
And for a few Anderson County high school graduates, they need only to look back on their co-op experience to figure out where their careers began.
Glen Drury, who has advised the Anderson County high school co-op program for about eight years, estimated that about 20 percent of students remain in the same career field they chose to shadow as high school students.
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