Zero Robotics Middle School Program 2017

STEM-Addicts is participating on the Zero Robotics Middle School competition for the first year the summer of 2017. Zero Robotics is a competition hosted by MIT, NASA, and Texas A&M College Station each year. The competition involves teams from different schools and organizations across the entire nation. The object of the competition changes every year but requires computer programming, engineering, mathematical concepts and understanding of different sciences. The program last 5 weeks in which students (participants) meet at a determined location and strategize, learn, and engineer while collaborating with experienced instructors. Students don't need to be experienced as the program instructors will teach everything that is necessary to complete the challenge objectives. Find out how you or your children can participate on this exiting program by contacting us at info@stemaddicts.org

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