The ABYC was created to give Youth a safe space to explore Robotics with peers in a Think Tank environment. With professional Engineering & IT instructors, Youth get hands on training with opportunity to compete. Our last session finished strong in 2018 LEGO League competition placing 2nd amongst 38 teams with the high score of the competition. We will begin training for competition later this year for those inclined.
Along with exploratory robotics kits, Science-themed experiments and critical thinking missions, Youth will work together to complete and design their experience in ABYC with a Youth-led agenda. Youth are encouraged to participate in discussions, share their ideas and enhance each others curiosity to see what they can learn and create together.
The #AfroBotLunchBox is a special portion of our day when a community member, parent, professional or esteemed adult comes to have lunch with Youth to share their positive life choices to empower them in a casual, roundtable approach.
Adults of Youth are always encouraged to visit class.
The AfroBot Youth Collective is powered by T-Mobile and supported in part by the YMCA to provide a free robotics initiative making this program accessible to enrich Youth career paths in STEM, Robotics, Coding and IT at large.
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This is your chance to see 'the brain' of a Robot come to life. Be sure to email us your interest as this program will require materials for each builder.
Because I started out as a sketch artist, we will explore careers and products centered around the Art in STEM. Bring your cool to wildest ideas to bring to life in collaboration.
You may have heard someone being an Engineer, in various fields, and they're all possible for you! In this presentation we'll learn how from those in the know!
There'll be challenges, ideas, teams? Lets just put all the pieces on the table and see what we can create...
We'd like to know what you're building, learning and/or would like to learn about together. Email us and put AfroBot Youth Collective in the Subject line and tell us what you'd like to explore. Go BIG!