Five Canisius High School students took part in the Cornell Cooperative Extension's National 4-H Youth Science Day at the Seneca Babcock Community Center on October 3, 2017.
Matthew Sullivan '18, Elliot Walsh '18, Seraaj Fayyaz '18, Kevin Quinn '18 and Sean Butler '18 are part of STEM Jr. Ambassadors -- a group that encourages young people to get excited about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
The Canisius students joined students from Buffalo Seminary, Buffalo State, Erie Community College, city of Buffalo schools, and others at the 4-H Youth Science Day. The Crusaders worked on an Incredible Wearables Science Kit and worked together to teach students how to build a fitness tracker to monitor physical activity.
Angela S. Northern (left), program coordinator, and Diane Held (right), executive director of the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Erie county, are pictured with Matt Sullivan '18, founder of STEM Jr. Ambassadors.
Photos courtesy: Evelyn Sullivan