Besides building robots for competitions, we work to spread our passion for technology and engineering. We interact with our local community to cultivate a culture of appreciation towards computers and machines and help students grow their passion for the field of STEM in various outreach events.

We are commited to helping other students and people develop an understanding of STEM. Here are some examples of how we help:

LEGO NXT Competition - 2017

This year, we had the privilege to assist in running a Jr. FIRST Lego League Tournament at George Mason University. This NXT competition is one of many that inspires students at a young age to explore the world of STEM.

USPTO Night of Science - 2017

The Noche de Ciencias (Night of Science) was an incredible outreach event held at the US Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria. Hundreds of kids came to the USPTO to learn about STEM, and we had the privilege of partnering with the Naval Research Labs for the event!

Community Fall Festival - 2017

We were given the privilege to have a booth set up at the 2017 Community Fall Festival at Falls Church High School in Falls Church, VA. We had a blast letting kids race our robots across our obstacle course and showed off our competition robots. We met many bright, excited kids who we hope to see become the next generation of engineers and scientists.

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