Junior Engineers Camp: Investing in the Next Generation
At Gray, part of our commitment to success is a dedication to people. We understand that, in order for the business to grow, it requires people to first grow. And if the business is going to keep growing, then the next generation must grow also.
Spec Engineering, a Gray company, recently wrapped up its fourth annual Junior Engineers Camp. This camp for students in the third through fifth grades offers an opportunity to spend a week exploring the world of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through fun activities.
Born out of a desire to become more engaged in the community, Spec Engineering created the Junior Engineers Camp in 2017 to help develop excitement for the real-life world of engineering with the next generations.
“The best part of directing Junior Engineers Camp is seeing our ideas come alive through the campers’ wonder and excitement. It’s so rewarding to experience the creativity and questions that are sparked by our campers each day,” says Stephanie Walker, camp director.
Several members of the Spec Engineering team, and even Bill Carey, safety coordinator for Gray, took part in this year’s Junior Engineers Camp through various activities, demonstrations, and experiments.
To learn more about this year’s Junior Engineers Camp, read the full story here.
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