Special guest

8 years ago
Students from the Mill Pond and Hodgdon High 21st CCLC After School Programs have been working with Houlton resident Nate Bodenstab to learn about computer programming, coding and career exploration in the fields of technology.

Bodenstab is a research manager at Nuance for artificial intelligence where he develops communication capabilities between humans and machines. He said he enjoys working with the students and wants them to be excited to learn more about technology and career options. Getting hands-on instruction are, from left, James Hersey, Logan Roy, Charles Dorr, Bodenstab and Dylan Jurson.