About 60 people gathered at the picnic area next to WAM Friday, to witness the happy graduation of 20 trainees. RMI National Training Council head Allison Nashion and WAM Director Alson Kelen made speeches congratulating the graduates. A highlight was the fact that at least six of the trainees move straight into employment, following successful internships at local businesses during the training period.
The overall top student is Anje Banjo, while best life skills and counseling is Jackhead Franis and best in safety is Neil Lakmij.
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