HUOT CAREER AND TECH in the NEWS
New Hampshire Innovators
Union Leader, September 21 2017
Nick Murray, who graduated from Laconia High School, joined Orion as an intern in June 2016 and continues to work there. The University of New Hampshire student is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.
Caroselli said he hopes Murray will stay with the company.
“We’re always hunting, talking to people and redefining our hiring process. We want to be the brass ring in the life of our employees,” he said.
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Huot Center Honors Students for Achievements
Laconia Daily Sun - May 30, 2017
By ROGER AMSDEN, for THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
LACONIA — The Huot Career and Technical Center Thursday night honored the accomplishments of 136 students at its annual Celebration of Achievement ceremony.
The students achieved high academic and industry standards through their Huot programs, completed industry certifications and earned college credits according to David Warrender, Huot Center director. He said the students who were honored are from Belmont, Franklin, Gilford, Inter-Lakes, Laconia and Winnisquam Regional high schools.
The center provides students the opportunity to learn through doing, and students this year participated in community based projects such as the Children’s Auction, assisting with health and vision screenings at local elementary schools and providing food for numerous community events.
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Girls Technology Camp a Big Hit with Middle Schoolers
Laconia Daily Sun, July 3rd 2017
By MICHAEL KITCH, LACONIA DAILY SUN
LACONIA — The Huot Technical Center's Girls Technology Camp proved a big hit with a group of middle school girls from around the Lakes Region, who got to do a variety of things, such as launching their own rockets, making their own movies, taking DNA samples and cooking their own meals.
The camp, which ran for a week at the Huot Center and wound up on Friday, brought together 13 girls from the Laconia, Gilford and Inter-Lakes school districts and was designed to encourage them to look at careers which would involve science, math, technology and engineering, the so-called STEM area.
Pre-engineering instructor Ken Martin said that the program is designed to introduce the students to a variety of future career paths and encourages them to look at the range of programs offered at the Huot Center.
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