Girls Who Code
Strengthen STEM skills
To create a competition-ready robot, students use a number of soft and hard STEM skills. Creativity and problem-solving are essential in building a 'bot that can complete obstacles. You will have to think outside the box and come up with creative solutions when the robot doesn’t perform as expected.
In addition, robotics competitions require a solid understanding of math, coding, and engineering. Are you a beginner? No worries, you don’t have to be a pro to join a robotics club.
Hanging out with like-minded peers is always a great way to make friends and build camaraderie. Yet many students struggle to build strong friendships during their transitional middle school and high school years. If you are passionate about tech or robotics, joining a club can be an excellent choice socially. Many students say this is their favorite part of joining a robotics club.