Teens Learn From Native American Professionals

The nation’s most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow yesterday and predicted six more weeks of bad weather. But in Albuquerque , a group of students from the Native American Community Academy saw a much brighter future at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

They joined hundreds of other students across the state in Junior Achievement of New Mexico, a program that introduces students to the workplace. I tagged along to see what they learned from professionals working in hospitality, management and tourism at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

NACA Students Shadow Professionals

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