DACC student shows off engineering skills for next year’s engineering course


Delaware Area Career Center engineering technology instructor Adam Paisie (right) and Olentangy Academy student Dylan Tharp demonstrated how to use a 3-D scanner and printer by creating a miniature figure of Dylan last week. Freshmen from Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware Hayes, Olentangy, Westerville and Worthington schools visited the career center on Friday to hear about the new engineering program offered to sophomores, starting next year. Representatives from Honda also attended to talk to students about their educational and career options after completing the three-year program.

Delaware Area Career Center engineering technology instructor Adam Paisie (right) and Olentangy Academy student Dylan Tharp demonstrated how to use a 3-D scanner and printer by creating a miniature figure of Dylan last week. Freshmen from Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware Hayes, Olentangy, Westerville and Worthington schools visited the career center on Friday to hear about the new engineering program offered to sophomores, starting next year. Representatives from Honda also attended to talk to students about their educational and career options after completing the three-year program.


Delaware Area Career Center engineering technology instructor Adam Paisie (right) and Olentangy Academy student Dylan Tharp demonstrated how to use a 3-D scanner and printer by creating a miniature figure of Dylan last week. Freshmen from Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware Hayes, Olentangy, Westerville and Worthington schools visited the career center on Friday to hear about the new engineering program offered to sophomores, starting next year. Representatives from Honda also attended to talk to students about their educational and career options after completing the three-year program.

Delaware Area Career Center engineering technology instructor Adam Paisie (right) and Olentangy Academy student Dylan Tharp demonstrated how to use a 3-D scanner and printer by creating a miniature figure of Dylan last week. Freshmen from Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware Hayes, Olentangy, Westerville and Worthington schools visited the career center on Friday to hear about the new engineering program offered to sophomores, starting next year. Representatives from Honda also attended to talk to students about their educational and career options after completing the three-year program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/01/web1_DACCEngineering.jpgDelaware Area Career Center engineering technology instructor Adam Paisie (right) and Olentangy Academy student Dylan Tharp demonstrated how to use a 3-D scanner and printer by creating a miniature figure of Dylan last week. Freshmen from Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware Hayes, Olentangy, Westerville and Worthington schools visited the career center on Friday to hear about the new engineering program offered to sophomores, starting next year. Representatives from Honda also attended to talk to students about their educational and career options after completing the three-year program.