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GCC hosts robotics demonstration

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by Jason Salas

Guam - Are you tech savvy? Do you have an interest in tinkering and robotics? Do you want to help build the future?

GCC held a robotics demonstration at The Sheraton last week, as part of their proposal to the National Science Foundation for a grant to bring a program in the local education system for science, technology, engineering and math to help improve activities on guaG.

This effort provides training for the future workforce to understand robotics and apply mathematics and science as an integrated skill set for students. This program would affect not only students at the high school level, but also middle and elementary students, too!

The goal is to create a passion for math and science at an early age. Through study and collaboration students will have the valuable skill set for anything mechanical, as well as making business proposals, and marketing their robots.

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