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High school counselors should be able to provide you with information on careers in this field. If you live near a college that offers a wood science and technology degree, or near a logging industry or manufacturer of wood products, you may be able to talk with students, professors, or employees who can explain the field more fully. It may even be possible to find a part-time or summer job in the wood industry. Any experience in working with wood and wood products will provide you with valuable insight and education. Take woodworking classes offered in your school or community. By working with wood, you can begin to understand the differences in wood types and how they respond to various kinds of woodworking procedures.

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