Skills in teamwork and design collaboration were vital in order to succeed in the end-of-week robot competition between students’ teams.
The goal? To create and program a “Choppy Robot” from scratch.
Providing space and time to grow and gain experience is what we do, and the more people we can involve in each of the opportunities that we provide, the better.
Working for more than three hours, the group made fifty colorful and multi-purpose bags for those visiting the Gospel Mission.
The Washington County Behavioral Health Board and BB2C are partnering to develop local career pathway opportunities in the mental health field…
“Reclaim community ownership of the primary purpose of education”
How do we partner with them to get students in contact with officers to gain information and build a future law enforcement workforce? We get a little creative….
All involved quickly learned that more than six hours would be needed to accomplish this task.
Having lived here for so long, and having been involved in the medical field in this area, we recognized an opportunity to provide great care for patients in this area.