Six Boardman underclassmen received 3D printers Monday. The printers come from YSU.
The Valley is ripe for new technology, and the students will get the opportunity to learn about it for the next 12 weeks with the printers, all in a self-paced environment.
“They have the opportunity to see if this is the career that they want to do. They’re all very interested in STEM. They all want to do something in STEM whether it’s video game programming, 3D printing or manufacturing,” said Evelyn Stanton, Department Leader of the Business & Technology Department at Boardman High School.
At the end of the course, the students can get a Master 3D Printing certificate.