Mechatronics for Humanity and Business Entrepreneurship student leaders present at CCCAOE

Sierra College students presenting at a U.S. Bank symposium in February were invited to present at CCCAOE in March and share their work related to innovation and entrepreneurship.  All three students received scholarships to access the Hacker Lab powered by Sierra College makerspace from U.S. Bank during the fall 2017 semester.  Mason organized and lead the fall 2017 “Mechatronics for Humanity” showcase, and was a project participant as well.  Mason gave an overview of showcase projects and talked about the value of the makerspace to student work.  Sarah and Alex demonstrated their pitch and slide deck developed in Business 141 Entrepreneurship, and shared iterations that have continued beyond the classroom instruction.  All continue to use the makerspace to connect with a growing creative community.  Faculty adviser and Sierra Makerspaces member Denise Bushnell said “This is quite an honor and I am so excited to share our students and programs!”  

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