Thor’s Hammer is a hit!

M-TEC and GEAR UP Wyoming staff welcomed families to the Mobile Manufacturing Lab during Family STEM Night, Wednesday, September 29, at Godwin Heights High School. Students and parents learned about GRCC’s manufacturing and applied technology career pathways while hoisting Thor’s Hammer and sparring with light sabers. Godwin Heights marked the last of four September MML career exploration visits to Wyoming district high schools served by the GEAR UP Wyoming grant.

Starting its fourth year today, GEAR UP Wyoming provides academic enrichment, college prep, and career exploration activities to the Class of 2024 at Wyoming, Godfrey Lee, Godwin Heights, and Kelloggsville. The grant also offers professional development opportunities to districts math teachers and counselors and helps parents increase their college prep knowledge.

  • A box of pens that say: "GRCC GEAR UP. Wyoming."
  • A student takes notes while standing next to another student.
  • The Mobile Manufacturing Lab is parked by Godwin Heights High School.
  • A student writes while at a table.
  • A white board says: "Which One Doesn't Belong? 9. 16. 25. 43."
  • A student works at a table with a sign that says, "Prime numbers & multiplication."
  • An instructor talks to a student inside the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.
  • A student holds up a replica of Mjollnir in the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.
  • A student holds up a GRCC laptop sticker..
  • A student looks inside a bag of GRCC items in the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.
  • Students walk past the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.

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