The GRASP Lab's Robotics Mentor Program

Wednesday March 31, 2010

The Robotics Mentor program was created to link current Penn engineering students with high school robotics teams in the Philadelphia School District.  The mentors work either on Penn’s campus or in the schools during club time to help guide students through the engineering design process, electronics, programming, and construction.  Mentors, through robotics, will be showing students the exciting possibilities of STEM education. During the spring semester, mentors will be helping the George Washington High School team to develop an underwater ROV to compete in the Philadelphia MATE Regional Robotics Competition. The program is always looking for interested undergraduates or graduate students to volunteer to be Mentors. Interested? Please contact the Philip Asare (asare@seas.upenn.edu) if you have any questions.