Lego Robotics Coach

Coach/Mentor a Group of Youth   No previous experience or knowledge required!

First Washington, a non-profit organization, is partnering with Echo Glen to bring the many many benefits to the youth of learning robotics.

The initial need is for 4 volunteers to service as mentors for a 6-week pilot program – sessions will be approximately 60-75 minutes each week at a time after school that works in your schedule (3 PM or later).  You’ll be mentoring 3 enthusiastic youth.

  •  If interested in coaching, you can get more info through a Zoom program orientation from First WA
  • Then there will be in-person training at Echo for the 4 coaches selected for the pilot.
  • Program activities will be held on campus & in-person with the youth.  Volunteers & staff are required to wear masks.
  • Not a cleared volunteer? Echo will process your volunteer application for this program.

Email for more info or to be a part of the initial program orientation.

Benefits of Learning Robotics

STEM education is essential in preparing students for today’s world of non-stop innovation.  Robotics teaches coding, engineering & the scientific method in a fun and engaging way.

1. Robotics can be a launching pad for students to realize their passions.

2. A strong robotics curriculum can create leaders.

3. Robotics can teach students how to communicate across different technology platforms.

4. Robotics can lead to community involvement.

5. Robotics teaches essential teamwork skills.

From Getting Smart: for more details click here.