DUBLIN, CA — Two Dublin Excessive Faculty freshmen raised $670 for his or her robotics staff earlier than Christmas via a STEM demonstration and gift-wrapping fundraiser.

On Dec. 23 and 24, Adi Jain and Saketh Parimi and members of their robotics staff from across the Tri-Valley arrange store exterior San Francisco Premium Retailers in Livermore, the place they demonstrated robot-building fundamentals, 3D printing, Snap Circuits and an RGB Matrix board powered by Raspberry Pi. Their demonstrations attracted over 50 kids. The staff additionally wrapped over 100 presents, which raised $670 for his or her staff.

The funds shall be used to construct a robotic for the FIRST Robotics Competitors, which can happen in March.

“It was a great learning experience from planning to executing the campaign with our team members,” Adi and Saketh stated. “We had just 3 weeks to plan all the activities and learn how to wrap gifts amidst preparing for our final exams but it was fun and engaging throughout. We want to say thank you to the SF Premium Outlets for giving us this opportunity. We hope to be back again with a bigger, better robot next time.”


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