Long Island Students Win Engineering Competition Regional Finals
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The Future City Competition is now in its 25th year, with more than 40,000 participants each year from 1,350 schools in 37 regions across the country.
Future City was created by DiscoverE, which was formerly known as the National Engineers Week Foundation. Its mission is to create awareness of engineering careers amongst K-12 students.
Main image: (L-R) Jackson Kobylarcz, Lillie Smutny, and Andrew McCollum won first place at the Future City Competition regional finals on Jan. 21.
Photo courtesy DiscoverE