ROME, N.Y. -- Middle school-aged kids got a little taste of what it's like to be an engineer.
Engineering camp is happening at Griffiss Institute in Rome.
Students are catching up on STEM learning.
Some of the topics covered- simple machines, basic electronics, and Newton's Laws of Motion.
This camp is designed to engage students in lateral thinking puzzles and learn what real engineers do.
If interested, you can stop in any of the days, except for Friday when the camp ends at noon.
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