Marshalltown High School students and one descendent from the Fisher family participated in a two-week STEM academy at Emerson in June. Pictured in the Emerson flow lab are three MHS students, from left, Stella Roseburrough-Borras, Javier Ramirez and Sam Estrada as well as family descendent Jasper Fisher.
Global valve manufacturing leader Emerson recently hosted Marshalltown High School students as part of its first ever STEM Academy. The two-week job shadow program gave students the opportunity to learn about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) at Emerson.
The program ran June 12 to 23 and included four MHS students and one student who is a descendent of the original Fisher family which founded the company.
The four MHS students included Javier Ramirez, Felipe Bautista, Sam Estrada and Stella Roseburrough-Borras and the descendent was Jasper Fisher.
Emerson Group Vice President Terry Buzbee met with the group as part of the academy as well.
Emerson Group Vice President Terry Buzbee talks to the students as part of a STEM Academy at Emerson in June.
Pictured are STEM Academy participants at Emerson including Javier Ramirez, Felipe Bautista, Sam Estrada, Jasper Fisher and Stella Roseburrough-Borras. All but Fisher are Marshalltown High School students.
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