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The Time Out for Me, Inc. teen program participated in a detailed tour with the Shawnee State University Engineering department. Shawnee State's Gaming program is ranked among the top 25 in the nation. The tour was lead by Carl Hilgarth, chair person, and involved explanations of the labs and areas used as well as their relationship to the engineering department. There is so much to learn. The teens had the opportunity to observe and interact with two groups of Shawnee State students working on projects. The importance of math skills was emphasized as well as being focused in high school to become eligible to participate in their programs. For additional questions regarding being involved in our community and supporting our youth contact Marcia Harris at 740 353 8056 or Carl Hilgarth at Shawnee State University 740 354 3205.
The Time Out for Me, Inc. teen program participated in a detailed tour with the Shawnee State University Engineering department. Shawnee State's Gaming program is ranked among the top 25 in the nation. The tour was lead by Carl Hilgarth, chair person, and involved explanations of the labs and areas used as well as their relationship to the engineering department. There is so much to learn. The teens had the opportunity to observe and interact with two groups of Shawnee State students working on projects. The importance of math skills was emphasized as well as being focused in high school to become eligible to participate in their programs. For additional questions regarding being involved in our community and supporting our youth contact Marcia Harris at 740 353 8056 or Carl Hilgarth at Shawnee State University 740 354 3205.
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The Time Out for Me, Inc. teen program participated in a detailed tour with the Shawnee State University Engineering department. Shawnee State’s Gaming program is ranked among the top 25 in the nation. The tour was lead by Carl Hilgarth, chair person, and involved explanations of the labs and areas used as well as their relationship to the engineering department. There is so much to learn. The teens had the opportunity to observe and interact with two groups of Shawnee State students working on projects. The importance of math skills was emphasized as well as being focused in high school to become eligible to participate in their programs. For additional questions regarding being involved in our community and supporting our youth contact Marcia Harris at 740 353 8056 or Carl Hilgarth at Shawnee State University 740 354 3205.

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