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Affiliate Highlight - Spotlight on Sinclair Community College
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NEW!!! 3/29/16

Milford High School students create prosthetic arm for girl.

 

 

NEW!!! 1/19/16

POE Presentations from Fall Conference 2015:

- Middle School Transitions

- Surviving Robot C

 

ODE Apprenticeship Presentation from Fall Conference


Hilliard Davidson High School girls engineering class on PLTW national website to promote Introduce a Girl to
Engineering Day
North Union Middle School Teacher Named VEX Teacher of the Year!
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How One Ohio School Makes Engineers
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Chaminade Julienne dedicates
CJ STEMM Center
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Kelly Woodruff adds 'a lot of spirit' to Northwestern High School
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Kettering Fairmont wins State Real World Design Challenge for third year in a row
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Bridging the Engineering Gender Gap:
Schools work to introduce more girls to engineering
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PLTW National changes to Program Implementation and Ohio's response
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The Change to Vex Equipment from an Industry Perspective
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PLTW veteran student wins OSU scholarship, holds summer internship


Keith Bonzo, a senior PLTW student at Rock Hill High School in Lawrence County, has received the Morrill Scholarship and will be attending the Ohio State University this fall.  Keith completed IED, POE, BTE, CEA, and is currently taking EDD.  Attendees at the 2007 Fall Conference in Akron will remember him speaking to the crowd of over 300, and shaking hands with former governor Bob Taft, who was the special guest at the conference. 

During his 2008 summer break, Keith held an internship at Liebert Corporation in Ironton.  Liebert,  an American manufacturer of Environmental, Power, and Monitoring Systems for mainframe computers, server racks, and critical process systems, is based in Columbus, Ohio.   Liebert’s Ironton plant produces precision cooling units that regulate temperature and humidity.  

While at Liebert, Keith was highly regarded by his supervisors, and not only did great work for the company, but also loved what he accomplished there.  “I gave up my senior year of football for this internship and I am glad that I did, Keith said.  “I would not trade my short time at Liebert for anything.  I enjoyed my work and the people I worked with.”

Keith described his experience at Liebert in detail.   “My responsibilities were many and varied,” he said.  “I was tasked with big ongoing jobs like updating the RTY database, time studies, and making datasheets, as well as other smaller tasks like changing some fittings on gauges, making templates, and assembling racks,” he said.  “This was a great experience that I often talk and joke about with friends.  I loved it.”


Keith Bonzo speaks to the Governor of Ohio and fall conference attendees at the 2007 PLTW Ohio fall conference in Akron.