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College students intern in public service

Photo: Marlborough's public service interns for 2013 were: (top l-r) Andrew Skoog, Sebastian Cordoba, Michael McGuire, Michael Santos, Jacquelyn Kurina; (bottom l-r) Kayleigh Fay, Marisa Duplisea, Amanda Sharon, Colin Beaumont, Ariana Hershon; not pictured: Alex Green, Steven Forster, Marc Spera, Aidan Steadman, Melissa Scott.

Photo: Marlborough's public service interns for 2013 were: (top l-r) Andrew Skoog, Sebastian Cordoba, Michael McGuire, Michael Santos, Jacquelyn Kurina; (bottom l-r) Kayleigh Fay, Marisa Duplisea, Amanda Sharon, Colin Beaumont, Ariana Hershon; not pictured: Alex Green, Steven Forster, Marc Spera, Aidan Steadman, Melissa Scott.

Marlborough??” The City of Marlborough recently wrapped up the second year of the Public Service Internship Program. This year 32 college students applied from around the local area. Fifteen students were chosen to work in various city departments based on their particular skills and interests. These interns learned first-hand about the daily operation of city government and assisted on various projects and city initiatives.

“This program is a great opportunity for young adults to gain experience in the public service field. We had an outstanding group of students this year who were a tremendous asset to all our departments,” Mayor Arthur Vigeant said. “I want to thank my friends on the City Council for their commitment to funding the second year of this worthy program.”

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