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High School Student Gets a First-Hand Look at Eyewitness News

If you happened to see a young lady tagging along with Eyewitness News reporter Julia Rose Thursday, she's not a new hire. In fact, she's still in high school!
If you happened to see a young lady tagging along with Eyewitness News reporter Julia Rose Thursday, she's not a new hire. In fact, she's still in high school!
The School and Business Alliance with the Oneida BOCES offers a job shadowing program. Westmoreland High School junior Kady Moran is interested in the world of broadcast news and decided to see what it's all about.
"It’s very helpful because people get to see if they actually really do want to go into the career that they're picking in high school and they get to have a better hands-on look at it,” said Moran.
Moran spent the day out in the field with Julia interviewing people, shooting video and helping to write stories.

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