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NCCOS Marine Biologist is a Career Day Hit

On June 3, NCCOS’s Dr. Susan Baker met with 85 North Bethesda Middle School students during the 2013 career day.  All middle school grades participated and students were able to select speakers based on their planned presentations.  Dr. Baker’s presentation was selected by 85 budding marine biologist.

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