Student exhibitors at Moneague Community College came out in their numbers with the most displays on tour. The students who had a variety of displays were all given the opportunity to showcase their innovative side and be featured on The Release.

The students created new fuel alternatives from coconut and castor oil to replace diesel, natural soaps from unique herbs, educational apps surrounding literacy and numeracy and they showcased several electronic devices. “The tour has been superb. We at The Moneague College are super excited that we received a well needed and effective initiative. It has created a platform for our students to tap into and showcase their innovative & creative skill” said Venesa Sweetland, the Career Employment Services Coordinator at Moneague.

In addition to these exhibitors, the IEEE Club from The University of Technology was in attendance. They showcased several robots from their Robotics Club and spoke to students about the importance of having robotics clubs within schools. “The Release was impressed by IEEE’s display on our UTECH leg of the tour, so we invited them to showcase the robots at Moneague as well as to encourage students to develop a robotics club of their own” shared Talisa Taylor, Executive Producer of The Release.

The Release Innovation College Tour will continue with its final stop at Bethlehem Moravian Community College next week. For more information on the tour schedule or how to be a part of the movement, follow The Release on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @TheReleaseja or visit the website

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