High-school students who participated in the recent Peninsula K-Next! summer camp in Hampton, Va., visited local manufacturers and engaged in project-based learning. Mentors from local businesses, such as Newport News Shipbuilding, worked closely with students during the program, which seeks to teach students about manufacturing careers and entrepreneurship.
Va. camp highlights manufacturing technology skills
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