KEENE, N.H. — "Harrison Hicks, 16, sat at a small corner desk in the offices of Filtrine Manufacturing Company, a maker of water filtration equipment, drawing circles as his mentor, Josh Flagg, watched.
In school, Harrison had just finished studying the circle in geometry. Now he listened intently as Flagg taught him how to use a circle to calculate the angle of a filtration part, which was then going to be manufactured on site. Flagg said proudly that Harrison was doing “as much as our college-level interns do.”
Read More! http://hechingerreport.org/new-hampshire-high-school-internships-shape-future-learning/