Students in the South Charleston STEMventure camp show their Marshall spirit.
An MAMC engineering intern teaches South Charleston STEMventure campers about metal 3D printing.
Brothers in the South Charleston STEMventure camp display the VEX IQ robot they built.
Two South Charleston STEMventure camper work on their 3D printed creations.
Bridgeport STEMventure campers engage in hands-on 3D printing.
Bridgeport campers get an up-close look at a helicopter’s controls.
A student in the Huntington robotics camp constructs his VEX IQ robot.
A Huntington STEMventure camp attendee creates a computer-aided design file so he can 3D print his creation.
Students in the Huntington robotics camp put the robots they built to the test on a game field.
Students work together to build their custom robots during the Huntington robotics camps.
Kara Mullins, Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center’s STEM/Makerspace coordinator, assists students with design using 3D printing pens.
Students show off their personal 3D printed creations.
Students from High Rocks Academy participate in an introduction to computer-controlled machining camp at MAMC’s new South Charleston Advanced Manufacturing Training & Education Center.
A student from High Rocks Academy creates computer-aided design files that she then used to machine metal parts.
A student from High Rocks Academy displays the metal parts he designed and manufactured using a computer-controlled mill.