3D Printer Awarded to TBA Career-Tech Center for Top Student Video
Mike Groleau from RJG presents the 3-D printer
to Career-Tech Center principal, Pat Lamb
A 3D printer was awarded to the TBA Career-Tech Center after a team of Tech Center students won a student video contest designed to promote STEM careers. The printer was provided by the 3D Printer Project, which is jointly sponsored by RJG, Inc. and Newton’s Road, a non-profit organization that promotes STEM careers. Watch the video to find out more.
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