Category Archives: Robotics

Robotic employment: hidden values and benefits

Robots can augment human jobs in some ways and can do some jobs that are hazardous to human beings, therefore decreasing the danger present to those in that line of work. Continue reading

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Baltimore County 4-H… “It’s not just cows and cooking.”

By Jennifer Coroneos I grew up in 4-H, my parents grew up in 4-H, and even my grandparents were in 4-H and were active 4-H volunteers for almost 70 years. Needless to say, I am a third generation 4-her. While … Continue reading

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My first train the trainer session

My first train the trainer session By: Bidemi Oladiran (AmeriCorps VISTA) I began my first train the trainer session on September 24, 2015 where my supervisor and I managed nine Police Athletic League (PAL) center directors, who are in charge … Continue reading

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Another Successful 4-H Growing with Grains Day!

By Jennifer Coroneos The 4-H Growing with Grains event held on May 22nd at the Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park was a huge success. Third graders from Scotts Branch Elementary School came out to have a … Continue reading

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50 Years of the Baltimore County 4-H Fair

From July 10th through July 12, 2014, Baltimore County 4-H celebrated its 50th Anniversary of the 4-H Fair. The Baltimore County 4-H Fair was first held in 1964 at the Eudowood Plaza Shopping Center near Towson, Maryland. Carolyn Sellman, the … Continue reading

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