This summer, Reality Changers partnered with Robolink and SD2 to provide students with an opportunity to learn coding. Coding camp participants used computers to program self-driving cars and flying drones. The Times of San Diego covered the camp and the partnership.
“Robolink recently announced it has partnered with Reality Changers and San Diego Squared (SD2) to teach 85 students from underrpresented backgrounds coding and robotics.
Through a collaboration with Reality Changers, which prepares youth to become first-generation college graduates, San Diego-based Robolink taught students in grades second to 12th to discover skills in coding, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and more. The collaboration is funded in large part by San Diego Squared, a community organization focused on increasing diversity in STEM-driven companies. “
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