A new 3-D virtual reality technology is bringing engineering concepts to life in Maryknoll School’s Mx Scholar Programs for STEM & Aerospace, one of four new high school programs at Maryknoll. The technology, funded by Hawaiian Airlines, is helping students pursue their dream of becoming engineers. Matthew Watanabe is one of the students in Mx STEM & Aerospace. Brad Chun, senior director of engineering for Hawaiian Airlines and Maryknoll alumnus, speaks about how the Mx Scholar Programs and this new technology are preparing students for the careers of the future.
The Mx Scholar Programs also include an advanced curriculum, professional mentors and internships in high school. In addition to STEM & Aerospace, the Mx Scholar Programs offer courses in Medical Innovation, Business & Diplomacy, and Creative Arts & Expression.
If you’d like to learn more about Maryknoll School or their Mx Scholar Programs, they are having an open house on Sunday, Nov. 6 from 1-4pm. To RSVP, go to thisismaryknoll.com or call (808) 952-7330.