Future Engineers at Dade County Schools Get Real World Experience in Partnership with Integer

In this week’s STEM Update; Dade County Innovations has partnered with Integer to have students to reverse engineer industry parts, design, and 3-D print them.
“Allowing students to think outside the box and develop solutions to real-world problems. This opportunity will allow DCS students to grow and develop in advancement for success.” -DCS Innovation’s Director, Shenea Hill

Dan Acker-Engineer, Jim Wensits-Sr. Engineer Manager, Jordan Metts -Engineer, Shenea Hill – DCS Innovation Director
Student pictured from Jimmy Gallman’s Engineering class at DMS – Cash Christiansen:

by Orey Yates