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  • Video | iTeam Technology Camp

    Middle schoolers at Conway Middle present projects to a panel of judges that will decide whether to "invest" in the project or not in a challenge much like the popular TV show "Shark Tank." The students are part of iTeam, a week-long camp for students interested in technology. iTeam is sponsored by the SC Governor's School.

Middle schoolers at Conway Middle present projects to a panel of judges that will decide whether to "invest" in the project or not in a challenge much like the popular TV show "Shark Tank." The students are part of iTeam, a week-long camp for students interested in technology. iTeam is sponsored by the SC Governor's School. By Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
Middle schoolers at Conway Middle present projects to a panel of judges that will decide whether to "invest" in the project or not in a challenge much like the popular TV show "Shark Tank." The students are part of iTeam, a week-long camp for students interested in technology. iTeam is sponsored by the SC Governor's School. By Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

Middle school students develop apps, projects judged by “shark” investors

July 30, 2015 6:12 PM