Two recent articles highlight our organization and the hard work our students and volunteers put in to help inspire and educate Delaware youth. As always, we’re thankful for the opportunity to showcase their accomplishments.
Click here to read Senator Ted Kauffman’s editorial in Delaware News Journal.
Click here to read about high school robotics team MOE365, their students, and volunteer mentors from Out and About Magazine.
Click here to learn about our upcoming STEM Expo and fundraising event, March 7 at Cab Calloway School of the Arts. Tickets for exclusive screening of documentary film, SlingShot are $10 here.
In a recent editorial in Delaware News Journal, Ted Kaufman, an engineer, former US senator and long-time advocate of STEM and engineering education, spotlights our organization– First State Robotics– along with Delaware Technology Student Association (DETSA) for providing opportunities for Delaware students to explore STEM as a possible career choice. Sen. Kauffman believes all students should learn that engineering can be fun; engineers make a difference; and anyone can become an engineer.
STEM programs show promise for future generations A new Brookings Institute report should encourage kids to consider a STEM education, career
Also of interest:
Brief video excerpt from C-SPAN of Sen. Kaufmann’s ‘First State Robotics’ Senate floor speech, given September 2009 (from University of Delaware Library Exhibits)