The New Hampshire Department of Education and the ISCEF Foundation join forces to announce the NH Cyber Robotics Coding Challenge.
This cyber robotics competition is open to all middle schools and high schools in New Hampshire, giving students the opportunity to experience coding and robotics first hand.
So, what is this cyber robotics competition all about?
The NH-CRCC recognizes inclusiveness and diversity in STEM education, capitalizing on this opportunity and get as many students involved as possible.
“This event perfectly complements other work being done in NH to promote and support K-12 STEM education, including our Robotics Education initiative and our work to broaden participation in Engineering and Computer Science,” said Frank Edelblut, Commissioner. “We are excited to work with a NH-based company that is doing so much for K-12 education.”
“Robotics and coding is a pathway to industry in the 21st century (…)” –Ido Yerushalmi, CEO of Intelitek. Derry, NH.
and he continues: “(…) The CRCC Competition, combined with the gaming like interface of CoderZ makes coding and robotics fun. We expect to see the New Hampshire students loving this new approach to learning math, science, technology and engineering and are proud to work with our local schools on this event.”
How can I register my school for this Cyber Robotics competition?
The main competitive event will be an online competition taking place during Computer Science Week (December 4-8). Everything will culminate on December 19th with face-to-face finals to compete for the Governor’s Award and award ceremony for all category winners.
For school registration and additional information please visit: http://iscefoundation.org/nh-crcc.
May the code be with you!
This cyber robotics competition article was first published on the official Intelitek Blog, and the original piece can be found here.