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SUNY Broome International Students Share Innovative Ideas

International students at SUNY Broome presented projects about what needs to be implemented in their respective home countries when they go back.

The SEED program, or Scholarship for Education and Economic Development program students showed off their environmental, economic, and educational ideas in the applied technology building on campus today.

The students from Central America and Caribbean countries had a main objective to share with the community their new ideas.

"If we create something like this, we will have the opportunity to get the skill and then you will be able to do what you want and be able to do it in the beginning," said Werley D. Scott Paul.

"This greenhouse will provide jobs for men who are planning to migrate to the united states and also for some women who have been abandoned when men have gone to the states before and they stay here and don't come back," said Juan Felipe Romeo.