2018 Middle School Zero Robotics Application - Oregon
ZR Program Description
Zero Robotics is a 5-week program in which middle school students (rising 5th graders through rising 9th graders) learn to program a satellite on the International Space Station as part of a national coding competition. This program is FREE of charge and all educators & mentors receive free training and free ongoing technical assistance from MIT. All you need to do to get started is (1) register your school/program/team with by completing this application, (2) identify a mentor or OST summer STEM educator that will engage and inspire kids from your community, (3) create a team of 10-20 students and (4) create accounts on zerorobotics.mit.edu and start writing code for the International Space Station!
ZR Program Dates
Oregon will be participating in Session II of ZR - the program will run from July 9th - August 10th 2018. Your team has flexibility in terms of when and how you meet but it is suggested that you aim for 15hrs/week to ensure students are getting the best experience possible. For more information on schedule times as well as Field Day and Finals Date, please contact Katie Lackey at katie.lakey@oregonask.org or zerorobotics@mit.edu.
Completed Applications & Notification Process
Programs and schools will be accepted on a rolling basis.
For questions, please contact Katie Lackey at katie.lakey@oregonask.org
Part I: Organizational Information
Organization Information and Community Demographics
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