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Just for the Grads – 2013 Senior Dinner – Senior Plans for the Future

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April 11, 2013:     25 Soon-to-be-Graduates active with River Watch gathered together with River Watch Staff, Board Members and other supporters to Celebrate their accomplishments as they prepare for Graduation.  The evening was complimented by the preparation and service of food by fellow high school students at the Travis High School Culinary Arts Facility, a lovely space for our intimate gathering.  The Grads took turns sharing what they have enjoyed and learned in their time in River Watch and also about their plans for the coming Fall semester.  At the end of the evening ten students were honored with acknowledgment of their substantial service to the Greater Austin community.  The two students with the highest number of service hours both had in excess of 400 hours of service each with River Watch.  We are so proud of these fine young people and so happy for them as they prepare for the next phase of their lives out in the world.
Here are the post-graduation plans of the River Watchers present that night:
Austin Community College – Environmental Science and Political Science
University of Texas at Arlington – Mechanical Engineering
Texas A&M – Zoology
Texas A&M – Animal Science / Agribusiness
University of Texas at Austin – Accounting
Austin Community College then transfer to University of Texas at Austin – Nursing
Austin Community College – Basic Courses in preparation for transfer to University – 7 Graduates have this plan
Austin Community College then transfer to Sam Houston State University – Veterinary Medicine
Texas A& M – Mechanical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin – Education
University of Texas at Arlington – Education
Stephen F. Austin State University – Education, Social Work, Photography
Trade School- Sound Engineering in San Diego, CA
Angelo State University – Finance
Austin Community College – International Business
Austin Community College – Occupational Therapy
Austin Community College then transfer to Sam Houston State University – Criminal Justice
Trade – Electrician
Travel and the begin Austin Community College for basic courses and possible Culinary Arts Program
 

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