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Claflin scholarships

Nicholas Haigler, left, and Nicholas Goodwin, right, work with Dr. Angela Peters, chair of the Claflin University Chemistry Department, in the school’s Forensics Lab. The two Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five Technology Center students are the recipients of $20,000-per-year scholarships to attend Claflin University after having completed an internship in the lab through the center’s School-to-Work program. School-to-Work is one of the programs at The Technology Center designed to help students academically and with career readiness by affording work-based learning and other opportunities in the community. More than 70 Technology Center students are working in internships and community service at various organizations and businesses throughout Orangeburg.

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