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    Hartford Area Career & Technology Center students Adara Greenstein, a junior at Lebanon High School, left, and Samuel Heim, a junior at Windsor High School, work on assembling their project while the global head of human resources Arne-Christian van der Tang and office coordinator Connie Timlake observe at the TomTom national headquarters in Lebanon, N.H., on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. The students in Bill Goldsworthy's introduction to engineering class within the STEM program at HACTC spent five months designing and constructing an installation for the TomTom office. Their creation involves an interactive automaton and three-dimensional etchings that move and light up. "It's about TomTom in the community, but more so it's about the kids' creativity. They need opportunities," said Timlake, who helped organize the collaboration. (Valley News - Joseph Ressler) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to Valley News — Joseph Ressler

Published: 4/15/2019 10:00:29 PM
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