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Internships for young Cook Islanders

Monday 4 March 2019 | Published in Environment

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Internships for young Cook Islanders
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After the successful completion of Jessie Tepora Nicholson’s internship earlier this year, Te Ipukarea Society has now employed Charlee McLean as an intern for a two-month period. Charlee is from Vaimaanga, and went to school at Avarua Primary, spending four years of high school in Perth, Australia before returning home to Rarotonga.

After the successful completion of Jessie Tepora Nicholson’s internship earlier this year, Te Ipukarea Society has now employed Charlee McLean as an intern for a two-month period. Charlee is from Vaimaanga, and went to school at Avarua Primary, spending four years of high school in Perth, Australia before returning home to Rarotonga.


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