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Congratulations Nighthawks Basketball Team

The men's extramural basketball team made it to the playoffs Read More >

NLC BB Playoff 1 Feature

Congratulations Nighthawks Basketball Team

The men's extramural basketball team made it to the playoffs Read More >

Follins' First Day Feature

President Follins Engages With the College Community

Dr. Follins finishes up his first week at NLC and spends some time meeting students, faculty, and staff. Read More >

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GVEC Donates $15K to Schoolhouse Project

The $15K donation from GVEC to support the Ring the Texas Schoolhouse Bell Campaign is the largest monetary donation for the renovation project to date Read More >

Youth Design and Build Their Own Robots

Last week, high schoolers in the area, including students from Roy Maas’ Youth Group and Boysville participated in a SpaceTEAMS Robotics Summer Camp. Some of the students attended on scholarships made possible from grant funds from the Texas Workforce Commission.

A closing ceremony that included mini challenges and a final exhibition was held on Friday, July 20.

Hosted every Summer, this is the first year Northeast Lakeview has implemented a Robotics camp for high school students. The week long camp allows students to work in small teams, guided by teachers, to design and build their own robots and is intended to generate interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.

“Building a robot and making it work is pretty cool,” says Allison H. a first-time participant. “It was harder than expected,” she says, “but was well worth the challenge.”

This is the first of three Robotics camps. Visit the Community Education website for more details or to register for the Robotics or any of the other Youth Summer Programs offered.

More information on the Texas Workforce Commission grant can be found here 

Pictured: Allison H. begins preparing her robot for the final challenge as the week long Robotics Camp comes to a close.
 

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