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E3 RoboticsGreensboro, North CarolinaContact: Maria Rosato
Excite - By giving children an opportunity to explore and discover the world of possibilities that exist in the area of Engineering, Robotics, and Technology. Educate -By giving children the tools to delve deeper into the future of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through educational enrichment with hands on experiences. Encourage - By giving teens an opportunity to develop leadership skills and encourage a new generation of future scientist, technologist, engineers and mathematicians through community leadership opportunities. E3 Robotics will actively engage students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and Leadership. Located at Guilford Technical Community College, Greensboro Campus. The E3 Robotics offers educational enrichment programs to children and adults ages 5 and up. Our objective is to be a community resource by offering a variety of classes as well as outreach programs specifically targeting rural and underprivileged neighborhoods as well as young girls. The programs will be designed to educate through an environment rich in hands-on learning and experimentation. The E3 Robotics offers during school and after school classes, family night events, monthly Makers Club meetings, Coach and Teacher training, traveling classes to schools and summer camps. We host local competitions as wells as events and exhibits specifically geared to STEM. Students and adults at the GTCC E3 Robotics are encouraged to pursue careers in STEM as well as participate in a variety of robotic activities. Our cornerstone is Leadership Development for student’s ages 13-18. Through Leadership development and training, students can become strong leaders in their communities. Students have a variety of opportunities to practice the skills they have learned and reach others by becoming mentors and developing community projects based on local needs.
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