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Exposing high school students to engineering career paths

Posted by Mark Boyle on Thu, Aug 03, 2017 @ 08:46 AM

AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA strongly believes in serving the community and especially looks for ways to engage with students to encourage and develop the next generation of engineers. We have an active, thriving partnership with our local colleges and universities and provide technical internships to students in the engineering disciplines.

One fun event we recently hosted was a tour of the Monrovia, California facility by high school students from the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership. The partnership includes an education and workforce development initiative focused on a regional consortium of the Duarte, Azusa, Charter Oaks, and Monrovia school districts. 

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Connecting with HS robotics team to support next gen engineers

Posted by Mark Boyle on Tue, May 09, 2017 @ 12:30 PM

Recently we heard from “Suit Bot Sammy” (aka Samantha Childers), a junior at Monrovia High School (Monrovia, California), thanking us for helping the Monrovia Robotics program with the FIRST Tech Challenge. This is a cool program in which teams of 10+ members in grades 7-12 are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. FIRST Tech Challenge encourages student teams to meet with members of the scientific community, serve the community, and fundraise to meet their goals.

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