HARRISBURG, May 23, 2012 — State Sen. John N. Wozniak hosted Windber High Schools Technology Student Association (TSA) this week as they participated in the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Showcase.
These students are proving that a 21st century education will produce a 21stcentury workforce, Wozniak said. Its vital that we get more students to focus on technology, math and engineering and the Windber TSA is a great example of what can be accomplished.
Members of the TSA group apply science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts to various projects. The Windber presentation was titled STEM in Our World, with projects that included Architectural Model, Construction Renovation, Robotics, and Web Design.
Windber juniors Sierra Buchan, Brady Sheehan, Jacey Hunter and Zach Mattis accompanied TSA and Bots IQ Advisor David Dzurko to Harrisburg for the event.
Its encouraging to see students competing in robotics, computer design and engineering, Wozniak said. Someday they will take that motivation to compete in world markets.
For more information on the program visit: http://tsa.windberschools.org.
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