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X3, a unique program in New Mexico run by the non-profit Future Focused Education, helps high school students pave a professional path with experiences through paid internships. NBC News’ Kate Snow speaks to a few interns and their mentors on how they believe the skills learned at their internships can’t be taught through a textbook. Sponsored by The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.