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    VIDEO: Eric Curran of High Climbers explains why the volunteer group is holding a two-day summit to teach leadership and career skills to 60 Wake County high school freshmen.

VIDEO: Eric Curran of High Climbers explains why the volunteer group is holding a two-day summit to teach leadership and career skills to 60 Wake County high school freshmen. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com
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Wake County high school freshmen learn how to become leaders

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