Robotics
& Coding
Academy


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.

We thank our sponsors:

The Nandapurkar Family

Create Smart Robots to Interact with the World!

100640Young, 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.

         

Spanish version of the website available.

Made possible through the generous donations of the Nandapurkar Family, plus funding from the USC Good Neighbors Campaign,
an employee giving program that supports university-community partnerships.

Additional funds come from the National Science Foundation’s Expeditions in Computing program.