Congratulations to Our AJSH Success at The 2024 Sea Air and Land Challenge

Congratulations are in order for the 1st place winners, Sage Gould, Gianna Dobransky, and Ava Schrecengost, as well as the close second, Everett Walker, Austin Bruner, and Max Petrosky. The Air teams truly impressed the judges with their innovative designs, with only a half point separating them. Additionally, the Sea team put up a strong showing with their unique design.


The Sea Air and Land Challenge is not just a competition. It's a gateway to real-world engineering experience. Students collaborate to tackle complex problems and compete in missions that mirror those faced by the military, national security agencies, and first responders. These challenges, crafted by engineers at the Penn State Applied Research Laboratory and special operations forces, expose students to cutting-edge technologies and techniques in the field.


Participating in the Sea Air and Land Challenge is not just about showcasing technical skills. It's about fostering critical thinking, peer collaboration, and the ability to perform under pressure. These are invaluable skills that will shape their future, regardless of whether they choose a STEM-related career or not.


Overall, the Sea Air and Land Challenge is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn, grow, and be inspired by the world of engineering and robotics. It is initiatives like this that help to shape the innovators of tomorrow, and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for these talented young individuals.

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