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Everett High School students are participating in a joint program called Elevating Agriculture Technology (EAT), which is offered through a partnership with the Boston Design Academy (BDA). The intensive, 9-week paid internship program runs from July 6th to September 3rd, Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students are designing 3-D objects using Fusion 360/TinkerCad; exploring circuits using Arduino kits; and coding with Sphero-programming. This year's topic centers around agriculture and gardening, as students learn how they might garden food-based plants in their homes/apartments, and then propose solutions to address ways to make gardening easier or address a problem that they might have faced. They will have field trips and guest speakers from tech companies Boston Dynamic and Nasa. EHS teacher Courtland Ferreria-Douglas is leading the program, with the assistance of Yale student and EHS Class of ‘20 graduate Ahmed Alananzeh.

Students working on laptops
Students working on laptops
Three students working around a table
A student working on an agriculture project
Two students looking at a laptop screen
Two students working on laptops
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
Two students working around a table on an agriculture project
Two students working with soil and gardening supplies
A student works with soil and gardening supplies
A student works with soil and gardening supplies
A student plants something in a container of soil
Students work around a table with gardening, planting and agriculture materials
Two students plant something into a small container filled with soil
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
Two students work with small planters filled with soil
Students stand around a table and work on an agriculture project
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
Students work with soil, a planter, and seeds
Students planting on a tarp on the floor
A student working with soil as part of an agriculture project
Two students sitting on the floor, working on a gardening project