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Academic Level:
K-8 Students
High School Students

Description:


Our Mission:
To promote growth and interest in the sciences of engineering and computers; to provide opportunities to instruct teachers, coaches, and mentors in the skills necessary to in turn mentor and teach the youth of Maine. Maine Robotics seeks to provide a supportive, mentoring atmosphere for teachers wishing to pursue advancement in the sometimes daunting world of engineering and computer science. Maine Robotics also seeks to provide a supportive system for children and youth to learn more about engineering and computer science in an energetic, educational manner.

Our Reach:
The Reach of Maine Robotics: Maine Robotics works with over 1400 children, youth, and adults each year in STEM related educational opportunities, since its founding in 2004 over 7,000 children have participated in the Maine Robotics programs. In Maine’s world of higher education Maine Robotics partners with the University of Southern Maine, the University of Maine’s School of Engineering, The Maine 4H program, the Maine Girl Scout Council, The Maine Maritime Academy, and the University of Maine at Farmington’s Department of Computer Science. Maine Robotics also works with community programs and schools across the State to bring these activities to as far reaching a population as possible.


Participating Institution(s):
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Maine Robotics

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Academic Disciplines:
Robotics

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Page last updated 1/24/2017
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