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High School Students Attend NanoTrek Camp


Williamsport Area High School student animates a cartoon figure Bill Mahoney, of Penn State, shows applications of nanotechnology Students from Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology create wikis in the Madigan Library About 65 high school students attended NanoTrek Camp on the Penn College campus April 20. During the event, offered through the Outreach for K-12 Office, students from Williamsport Area, Montgomery and Sullivan County high schools and the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology attended hands-on activities and demonstrations in information technology and electronics and computer engineering technology. Penn College courses in the two specialties are offered to students at area high schools, taught by the high school’s faculty. Through the Penn College Now dual-enrollment program, students earn transferable college credits and grades for the courses.

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