Working with airLab for the past six weeks has been fun and busy. When I first got here I really didn’t know what I was in for. I didn’t know what I would be doing. We worked hard and also got to have a lot of fun. I got to meet know people and learn more about the community I live in. Working with airLab was like doing science.
We got to make sensors and do soldering. I had fun making the sensors because I never something like that. The sensors are almost finish we all are very excited to install them inside the Rosa Parks buildings to get more data. One of the sensors will be installed in my apartment!!!
Working with airLab was a fun learning experience. Many teenagers do not get an opportunity to do things like this. Working with airLab helped me become a better leader. I can teach people who don’t know about air quality. I can gladly say working with airLab has changed my look on different things.
I would love to see airLab go even farther. I can see the airLab has had a positive impact on people. Many people start to think about the thing they use. We got to talk with Alderman Burnett. He has asked us to be on his cable show. I can’t wait to see how every things going to turn out.
Unfortunately this is my last day here; I will like to give thanks to: Landon Bone Baker Architects, Bickerdike, Enterprise, and CPS for giving me this wonderful opportunity. I would also like to thank everyone who has come to help us throughout our six weeks. This is an unforgettable time in my life. I will miss everyone.