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21 NEW INTERNS GRADUATED FROM THEIR TRAINING TO WORK IN THE ILLINOIS JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM THIS WEEK. 
 
THE TRAINEES WILL WORK CLOSELY WITH TROUBLED KIDS LIVING IN ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTERS. THEY WILL TEACH THEM VALUABLE LIFE SKILLS AND HELP THEM GET AN EDUCATION. GOVERNOR BRUCE RAUNER THANKED THE GRADUATES FOR THEIR COMMITMENT AND HELP IN TURNING AROUND YOUNG LIVES.
 
 
STATE JUVENILE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR HEIDI MUELLER SAYS IT’S AN EXCITING TIME FOR THE TRAINEES TO ENTER THE FIELD, AS THE FOCUS CONTINUES TO SHIFT FROM INCARCERATION TO REHABILITATION. SHE EXPLAINS WHAT THEY WILL BE DOING ON THE JOB.
 
 
THE MAJORITY OF THE CLASS WILL WORK AT THE ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER IN ST. CHARLES AND ONE INTERN WILL BE STATIONED AT THE YOUTH CENTER IN WARRENVILLE.

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