CIJE-Tech students present Capstone Projects

Students from various South Florida Jewish day schools who participate in the CIJE-Tech High School Engineering STEM Program presented their year-end Capstone Projects at the second CIJE (Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education) Young Engineers Conference recently.

The conference took place at the David Posnack Jewish Day School in Davie.

Participating schools included the Posnack School, Donna Klein Jewish Academy and Yeshiva High School from Boca Raton and Scheck Hillel Community School from North Miami Beach.

Teams from all four schools presented innovative electronic and biomedical products that they had worked on throughout the year.

“All teams showcased their working prototypes with a poster presentation detailing their creative working projects,” said Justin Petersen, South Florida CIJE mentor, in a recent CIJE press release. “The students demonstrated broad creativity and innovation in their nearly two dozen projects featuring biomedical and electronic engineering applications that serve the community.”

The event featured projects that foster teamwork, problem-solving and electronic engineering skills taught as part of the CIJE-Tech High School Engineering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)-based curriculum.

 

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