Get Involved in a Robotics Club by Yours Truly

Do you and your friends love robots? Do you wish you could spend all day, every day learning how to construct and program robots? Wouldn’t it be cool if you could talk directly to the engineering experts who are building the robots exploring space or operating in hospitals, cafes, cars, rescue missions, and more?!

If you answered yes to any of these questions (or if you know a young person who would answer yes), then you should consider joining — or starting — a robotics club! You can use my latest book, Get Involved in a Robotics Club, as your step-by-step guide.

Find local robotics clubs already established in your town or at your school. Start your own club. Invite experts to make special presentations or lead a robot-building session. Enter a robotics competition and maybe even win some money for college … or to buy more tools and gear to build more robots! This book dives into each of these topics and so much more.

You’ll also uncover the true and inspiring stories of young people inventing robots that are changing the world right now!

Go ahead, get involved!

By jenmichellemason

Jenny is a story hunter. She has explored foreign countries, canyon mazes, and burial crypts to gather the facts that make good stories. Once, she sniffed a 200-year-old skull...for research purposes. Jenny received an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from VCFA. She has authored nearly 20 STEM books for young readers. Her inquisitive and funny nonfiction articles have appeared in Mountain Flyer, Cobblestone, and Muse magazines. Jenny also works as a freelance copy writer for nonprofits and small businesses.


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