Coding a robot to interact with the real world is an empowering experience that gives students valuable 21st Century skills, no matter what their educational and career path.
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Create Smart Robots to Interact with the World!
Young, curious minds can create smart robots that explore and discover the world around them. The USC Viterbi Robotics & Coding Academy for 4th and 5th graders at 32nd St./USC Magnet School, Dr. Theodore T. Alexander Jr. Science Center School, and Foshay Learning Center helps develop students’ technology and engineering skills through hands-on learning with robots, mentored by USC students. This free, after-school program is possible thanks to the generous support of the USC Good Neighbors Campaign, an employee giving program that supports university-community partnerships; it is organized and partially funded by USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s VAST (Viterbi Adopt-a-School, Adopt-a-Teacher), with additional support from the National Science Foundation Expeditions program.
For more information about USC Viterbi’s Robotic and Coding Academy, click here.
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