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Teach robotics to students from low income families in a Robotics for All class. Each volunteer will teach a group of three-four students using Robotics for All curriculum. The curriculum is based off of Lego Mindstorms hardware and software, and minimal prior experience is required. Earn community service hours through this exciting opportunity!
Anyone in high school or beyond may volunteer with Robotics for All.
Robotics for All is recruiting volunteers for classes at Mariano Castro Elementary School on Wednesday afternoons. The session will runs weekly from 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm. The session is scheduled to start on Wednesday, September 4th, 2019. The dates for the session are 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/16, 10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13. Volunteers are expected to commit to all of the dates.
There are also other dates and locations if this session does not work. Contact us for more information.
4205 SUZANNE DR, PALO ALTO, CA 94306, US
Robotics for All strives to educate students at schools with over 50% low income students in robotics and STEM to help them gain beneficial skills which will be useful throughout the rest of their academic and professional careers.
Founded in April 2017 and officially incorporated in July 2018, Robotics for All aims to bridge the achievement gap by teaching robotics to students at schools with over 50% low-income students. To do this, Robotics for All offers free after school robotics classes. There are three curriculums, allowing Robotics for All to teach from 1st - 3rd grade.
Robotics for All is entirely volunteer based, with currently 21 volunteers. Classes are offered at three schools across two states. As of February 2019, Robotics for All has taught 133 students.
We'll work with your schedule.
505 Escuela AvenueMountain View, CA 94040
May 4, 2020