iFp Robots that Make a Difference
Robots that Make a Difference is designed to introduce students ages 13-18 to the world of robotics using a humanities first approach. Students use the design process to understand the daily challenges of people with disabilities. A substantial amount of course time is spent meeting people with disabilities and participating in exercises to develop an understanding of and empathy for the challenges that they face. Students define relevant problems that they would like to address, explore potential solutions and ultimately build robotic prototypes demonstrating their solutions. Skills learned include human-centered design, coding, 3D-modeling and more.

Program Dates: March 5 - May 14 on Tuesdays
Time: 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Place: Cambridge Public Library 449 Broadway
Open to students ages 13-18
Space is limited. An equal number of boys and girls will be accepted.
Cost: None
Transportation: Students (and/or their parents) can arrange transportation from Upper Schools to CRLS on after-school bus. Must check with their school's Clerk/front office to make arrangements.

innovatorsforpurpose (iFp) is an early stage nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring high potential youth, especially those residing in under-resourced communities, to becoming Creative Doers capable of producing innovative solutions to the world’s most complex problems. innovatorsforpurpose.org

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