A robotic truck was just one of the creations students put together at a two-week engineering camp at the University of New Haven.
The sketch, in conjunction with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, helps teens understand ways they are potentially unsafe on the roads.
Some Connecticut high school students are trying to spread the message of safe teen driving through comedy performances.
Seasoned workers in Connecticut learn about the non-profit sector before taking jobs helping others.
Encore! Hartford is a UConn-based program that trains seasoned workers for nonprofit careers.
Students at Enfield's Prudence Crandall Elementary School are using Legos to help bring their lessons to life.
Students at Hall High School in West Hartford are tackling homelessness and working to change how we think of people on the streets.
Students at Common Ground High School in New Haven are doing more than just learning about wetlands – they’re getting the chance to build one and create a new home for frogs and salamanders.
Some students at Southington High School are discovering the joy of reading through a school book club that allows them to read what they love.
The joy of reading is something many people don’t develop until later in life, but a group of students at Southington High School have discovered it through a school book club.