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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

Upward Bound trip gives freshman head start on high school career


Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Andrei Bardin-Siekawitch recently returned from an Upward Bound T3 Alliance trip to Alaska's Interior, where he learned more about monitoring seismic activity and helped potentially solve a trespassing problem.

It was a month of learning, exploring, brainstorming and playing in the wilds of Alaska that left one Wrangell youth with a lot to think about.

Andrei Bardin-Siekawitch was the only teen from Southeast to join other students from across the state on the latest Upward Bound and Teaching Through Technology Alliance (T3) trip, giving him an opportunity to make new friends and start plotting a course for his future endeavors.

From May 31 through June 30, Bardin-Siekawitch, 13, traveled to the University of Alaska Fairbanks to participate in activities that provided students the chance to work i...

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