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GCC hosts adult education conference

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Dozens of Guam Community College adult education students participated in today's annual adult education conference themed "Seeing Into The Future."

Students learned everything from how to write a resume, conduct themselves in a job interview, as well as learned about programs that can lead to national career readiness.

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