Applications for the 2017 Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program are open! Create a team of 8-20 rising 6th - 9th grade students and apply to participate today.
Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program
June 12-July 21, 2017
Team Applications close April 17, 2017
Rising 6th - 9th Grade Out-Of-School-Time Programs
Zero Robotics is a national five-week summer program in which teams of middle school students learn to program using a free-flying satellite known as SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites) on the International Space Station. Finalists ultimately go head-to-head against teams from across the country, while astronauts referee the final competition live from space using the SPHERES. Texas schools and out-of-school-time providers are encouraged to create a team of 8-20 students and apply to participate. Teams comprising middle school students traditionally under-represented in STEM careers are particularly encouraged to apply.
Katharine Leysath | Program Specialist II
PK-12 Engineering Education Outreach
Office of the Vice Chancellor and Dean | Texas A&M Engineering
Engineering Activities Building A
College Station, Texas 77843-3127
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