Sparks fly at robotics camp
For ten weeks, high school juniors and seniors have been studying aspects of engineering and learning how to put together robots at Albany Technical College.
This is a part of their Students Achieving Success in Engineering Technology camp. Albany Tech received this $2.4 million camp almost two years ago in hopes of encouraging students to pursue careers in Engineering.
Not only do students build these robots, they are also learning how to troubleshoot and solved various problems.
The winning teammates were Teraycia Lovett, Clinton Moore-Richardson, Megan Harris and Caleb Daniel. Their team's name was CMC squared.