Future engineers compete in ‘cool’ challenges this summer

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WEST JORDAN, Utah - Students in West Jordan spent some time inside this week learning about science at the Jordan Applied Technology Center Summer Camp.

Participants built rocket launchers, did egg drops and made racing remote-control bugs.

Most of the future engineers are boys, but CJ Gebhardt is showing that girls are just as good at gadgets as the boys.

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