A Seaford High School student took part in the FBI's Teen academy this past summer.
Corey Levy got the prestigious invite after impressing federal agents with his the work he did on his Eagle scout project, according to school officials.
Cory contacted the bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives about the project, which involves raising funds in memory of ATF agent John Capano of Massapequa, who was killed trying to prevent a robbery at Charlies Family Pharmacy on Merrick Road.
The scout from troop 239 has raised $5,000 for a gazebo to be errected at Washington Avenue Park off of Jerusalem Ave. in April.
Rep. Peter King, R-Seaford, put Cory in touch with the Capano family, who gave their blessing for the project.
As a member of the Teen Academy, Cory joined other teens ages 14-17 and learned about the work done at the FBI's New York Field office.