HUNCH Students Travel to NASA

HUNCH Students Travel to NASA
Posted on 09/29/2017
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In August of 2008, Lakewood High School was invited to join the NASA HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware) Program. Since that day, over 650 Lakewood Students have participated in this program, creating more than 75 hardware designs for NASA as a part of the Lakewood High School Engineering Program.  One design has been to the ISS (International Space Station) and there are 4 more in the final stages of design for flight.  This program provides hands on, real world experiences giving students the opportunity to work for NASA, solving real problems from aboard the ISS and the Orion Project.  Student projects are reviewed by local aerospace engineers, university professors, and NASA Engineers.  Projects that are chosen from this review are sent to Johnson Space Center in Houston for a final review by Astronauts and NASA Engineers and Scientists. If you are a student thinking about engineering as a career, literally, the sky is the limit.
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