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Female high school students demonstrate trade skills at Bangor conference

Posted April 06, 2012, at 5:27 p.m.
Female students from Brewer High School and Old Town High School try to identify automotive components from under a car at United Technologies Center in Bangor on Friday, April 6, 2012 during the 10th annual Totally Trades! conference.
Female students from Brewer High School and Old Town High School try to identify automotive components from under a car at United Technologies Center in Bangor on Friday, April 6, 2012 during the 10th annual Totally Trades! conference. Buy Photo
Maine Central Institute students Courtney Sprague (left) and Olivia Hamm work together to build a wooden bridge from popcicle sticks during the 10th annual Totally Trades! conference at the United Technologies Center in Bangor on Friday, April 6, 2012.
Maine Central Institute students Courtney Sprague (left) and Olivia Hamm work together to build a wooden bridge from popcicle sticks during the 10th annual Totally Trades! conference at the United Technologies Center in Bangor on Friday, April 6, 2012. Buy Photo

BANGOR, Maine — Female high school students from surrounding areas were invited to stretch their imaginations in choosing a future career at the 10th annual Totally Trades! conference at United Technologies Center on Friday.

Professional women provided the students with hands-on experience exploring and building  skills in trades and technology.

The conference was sponsored by Women, Work and Community and a host of other businesses.

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