On Jan. 18, more than a dozen students listen as a Google intern and a couple who created a drone company talk about the technology. George Heron, manager of LifeJourney, a new motivational platform, tries to impress upon the teenagers how wide open the new technology sphere is. "There's 10 careers on this," Heron says, holding up a four-rotor drone. "There are engineers. There's a tiny computer, and since there's a computer, there's a computer scientist. There's physics guys. I could go on. And everyone of those jobs I mentioned is in the range of $50 to $100 thousand."