Summer program introduces students to AutoCAD

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Stephenie Santos, 12, an 8th grader at Bishop Baumgartner School, creates a 3-D model in GCC’s AutoCAD lab during the middle school National Transportation Summer Institute sponsored by GCC’s College Access Challenge Grant Program. The institute introduces middle and high school students to careers in the transportation field.
Stephenie Santos, 12, an 8th grader at Bishop Baumgartner School, creates a 3-D model in GCC’s AutoCAD lab during the middle school National Transportation Summer Institute sponsored by GCC’s College Access Challenge Grant Program. The institute introduces middle and high school students to careers in the transportation field.

Summer program introduces students to AutoCAD

by: Media release | .
Guam Community College | .
published: June 13, 2014

A whole new world opened up to middle school students taking part in the GCC College Access Challenge Grant Program’s National Transportation Summer Institute today, as they learned about creating objects in 3-D in the GCC AutoCAD lab.

The three-week program exposes middle and high school students to the various fields within transportation, and allows them to gain hands-on experience and meet professionals in fields related to transportation. The middle school NTSI program is ongoing; the high school program runs from June 30 – July 18. For information, log onto the GCC web site at www.guamcc.edu.

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