CC4H Robotics offers three different clubs for youth from 4th-12th grade. Each club operates on its own schedule and team structure but all share some common DNA:
Student-Led: Student team members make all major team decisions and take the lead in designing, building, programming, and testing their creations.
Volunteer-Driven: Adult and older student mentors bring both STEM and professional skills and experience to guide, teach, and coach the students in a safe and organized environment.
Hands-On: Students learn best by rolling up their sleeves and working with their hands, whether they’re using a pile of Legos, a computer keyboard, or a power tool.
Team-Focused: Everything we do, we do as a team, learning about leadership, cooperation, and friendship along the way.
Open to All: All interested students should be able to participate regardless of their past STEM experience, background, and financial resources.
All students in 4th-12th grade are invited to visit or join one of our teams. For all of the details about schedules, 4-H membership, and the cost to participate, read over our Info for Parents, Students, and Volunteers letter. Then, fill out the student interest form linked below and a team mentor will get in touch with next steps to get involved.
Our volunteer mentors play a huge role in teaching, leading, guiding, and supervising our teams. Our mentors offer both technical help in areas like design, manufacturing, and programming while also teaching professional and life skills such as business, marketing, leadership, and teamwork. If you have any interest in volunteering with one of our clubs, read over our Info for Parents, Students, and Volunteers letter, then fill out the volunteer interest form linked below.