Wyatt Lacroix, left, Henry Jorrick, second from left, and Logan Mariti present Project Titan, the exoskeleton they made for the STEM Fair, to STEM Fair judge Chaise Vidal at the STEM Fair at Folsom High School on Saturday. The three students attend the Academy of Personalized Learning in Redding.
Wyatt Lacroix, left, Henry Jorrick, second from left, and Logan Mariti present Project Titan, the exoskeleton they made for the STEM Fair, to STEM Fair judge Chaise Vidal at the STEM Fair at Folsom High School on Saturday. The three students attend the Academy of Personalized Learning in Redding. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
Wyatt Lacroix, left, Henry Jorrick, second from left, and Logan Mariti present Project Titan, the exoskeleton they made for the STEM Fair, to STEM Fair judge Chaise Vidal at the STEM Fair at Folsom High School on Saturday. The three students attend the Academy of Personalized Learning in Redding. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

Encouraging careers in science, technology, engineering, math

March 14, 2015 7:40 PM

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