South Jersey Robotics‘s Little Sparks Technology Camp inspired 3rd to 8th-grade students and encouraged them to develop a love of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math, while also teaching problem-solving skills.
After losing their season due to COVID-19 restrictions these teams didn’t rest. They kept busy by connecting with the local community and using their skills to help out!
FIRST Robotics Competition team 316 LUNATECS is usually hard at work this time of year in the LUNATECS Robotics Lab at Salem Community College, however, when the team’s competition season was cut short, Operation NOvid was developed to produce protective filtration masks and face shields.
Become a Coach!
South Jersey Robotics is looking for coaches for our FRC, FLL and FLL Jr. programs.
As a mentor or coach of a FIRST® team, you are, through the kids, the key ingredient in the success of your team.
Who are FIRST mentors and coaches? Our team members say it best. A mentor/coach:
- Is willing to teach others what they know
- Brings either technical or non-technical expertise to the team
- Provides the opportunity for students to learn directly through experiences
If you’re interested in becoming a coach please contact email@example.com
What is the one thing that is undeniably true in 2019? The solutions to many of the problems we face going into our future lay with our children. The stem of that fruit is though science technology engineering arts & math. South Jersey Robotics is committed to that future. please help us to fulfill that destiny.
Two SJR teams, the Dragonators, and Velocity were featured in the New Town Press for work they did create face shields for local hospitals when COVID-19 cut their season short.
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