My name is Ben Klein. I am 16 years old and am a junior at the Davis Renov Stahler(DRS) High school. I am the president of my school's Makerspace club. The Makerspace club has over 25 members experimenting with circuitry, 3D printing, computer building, computer programming, and inventing. In addition to that, I run the DRS Live Broadcasting network. DRS Live streams virtually every home basketball and hockey game. I create highlight videos after many of these games, which are posted on YouTube, and our website, for everyone to watch. I developed the DRS Live app, which allows you to watch live games, previous games, and highlight videos. The app also gives you the ability to view schedules and stats, and receive notifications for each of the teams. I am proficient in iOS(Swift) and Android(Java) app development, Arduino, and the basics of engineering. I am knowledgeable in the creation of websites on many different platforms including WordPress and others. During the summer of 2015, I interned for a startup called Picit, which is a new iPhone app that allows you to share up to 4 photos side by side with friends, who can vote on their favorite. You can poll your friends and see their responses in real time through your pictures. During July 2016, I was the photographer/videographer in Camp Kaylie, a camp which integrates campers with and without developmental disabilities. For the month of August, I interned at a wealth management firm in New York City, learning about and working with the IT department, as well as the research and operations teams. Overall I am extremely tech savvy with knowledge of many different types of technologies, and anything related to computers.