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Mission Accomplished: Adelante PC Lab

My high school interns finished their mission of designing, implementing, and now supporting the new Adelante PC Lab for our teachers and students to use. It began with design concepts using Creately and discussing options with our technical team. The interns accounted for space and measured every inch to determine what we needed for materials. It was a thorough process and that was needed to design a meticulous and professional laboratory. After three weeks of physical and mental labor, the interns designed an impressive 36 networked computer laboratory for everyone to use.

It illustrated the point that anyone can accomplish a project when one puts their mind into it. These boys were savvy tech users, but never had to build an entire lab from scratch. It was definitely a test of self directed learning, peer-based learning, and sheer determination. It was a memorable experience that they can add to their resume as they begin looking for universities to attend in the coming years. For me, it hit home how capable teenagers are, and it drives me further to push my younger students to experience real world opportunities. I can see future schools relying on their students to become the in house tech support system for our teachers. They are capable and I have seen it in action with my interns and with my younger students. It is possible…

Intern blog and project: Nathan’s State of Mind & Interview

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