The SSPF STEM/Robotics Program’s approach is to build on the strengths, interests, skills, and talents of students who would not likely participate in traditional school activities such as after-school clubs and/or sports. The robotics program ignites an enthusiasm for discovery in Science, Technology, Engineering and (STEM) in students ages 9 to 18.
SSPF Underwater Robotics
Si Se Puede Foundation is embracing the SeaPerch robotics program to expose our children to the engineering principles of underwater Vehicles. This innovative program helps our kids learn about underwater vehicles through building an underwater craft and then piloting it through an obstacle course plus other challenges.
SSPF Binary Bots
SSPF BinaryBots were founded in 2015 with the intention of extending their robotics program to include high school students. Many of the team members have evolved through Si Se Puede Foundation from FLL to FRC.
SSPF Degrees of Freedom
We the people of the SSPF Degrees of Freedom, in order to form a more perfect community, establish ambition, ensure optimal opportunities for all, promote open-mindedness, and provide for the common people. This is Si Se Puede. We are The Degrees of Freedom.
Arizona Underwater Robotics Challenge
AURC offers students the opportunity to be a part of a STEM team to solve real world problems in a hands-on, competitive environment. They learn many practical skills not necessarily taught in schools. From designing, building, and programming underwater robots to working in groups and collaborating with other teams as well, AURC tests students in the 21st century workforce skills. Date TBA