“We got enough information to make a simple app, and if I get an internship to actually create an app, I’ll have the background to do it,” he said.
Through INTERalliance and his participation in the Tech Olympics last school year, Stoll earned a summer internship with the Kroger Co., and has been invited back for next summer.
“Computer science is one of the few fields with a lot of job openings,” Richter said. “His invitation to come back is huge because I was told that if they want you back for a second year in high school, they’ll want you back in college.
“I predict that four years from now, he’ll have a job at Kroger,” Richter said. “That’s what’s so cutting edge about the field. They’re doing stuff in the classroom that can get them hired now or do small jobs on the side.”
All three seniors plan to continue their education in computer science — Stoll at the University of Cincinnati, Souder and Clark at Miami University.
All three have also been invited for a second masters course, this time in creating apps for Android phones.
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