An international 501(c)(3) organization introducing underpriviledged children to STEM, hoping to further integrate them into their future tech-centered world by sparking their interests at a young age.
The board of students spearing efforts to share technology with the world!
Molly is a social entrepreneur looking to improve the lives of others. She is incredibly motivated and driven to make a difference in her community.
Tiffany is a marketing professional that is passionate about equity and STEM. She enjoys coordinating events to encourage more youth to get involved in STEM.
Jack is a rising senior at Newark Academy. He enjoys physics, coding and helping people learn about the topics that he has grown to love.
Bolu has loved computers ever since he could crawl, and hopes that all kids will one day have the same passion for technology as he did.
Sophia is a high schooler seeking to learn more about the world through STEM. She loves meeting new people and sharing her passion with others.
Amanda is a rising junior at NA. She fences, plays tennis, snowboards, draws, games and programs. She has extensive experience with many robotics groups and because of that, wants to help introduce others to the technological world!
It was incredible to witness the kids become so excited about technology, which I often overlook the importance of in my life.
I think these kids will never forget this experience, it was an enjoyable and eye opening event, because now these kids know that there is a world of possibilities out there with technology and that they are capable of archiving a lot more of what they think they can.
Working with these kids was very gratifying. Despite having never seen LEGOs before in certain circumstances, they showed a lot of intuition in building the robots. Hopefully, this event taught them that they have the tools to build amazing things, even if the building block are simple on their own.
Being a volunteer in the Techshare Session is itself a self-exhilerating feeling. Techshare is going to be a catalyst young people discovering ways of learning, constructing, programming the very robots that are going to be the future of their worlds as adults.