100 Scholars Robotics Alliance

100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc nonprofit Coordinator Mr. Bart Sudderth

The 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance is designed to inspire elementary, middle and high school student interest in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. This program exposes students to in-demand skill sets such as project management, programming and data analysis, and teaches them how to operate within high performing teams.

 Through the robotics program, they strive to reach students of color in     at-risk communities and help them realize they can achieve professional success in STEM fields they may otherwise never have considered. 

For more information visit the 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance website: https://100blackmen-atlanta.org/100-robotics 

Through our robotics program, we strive to reach students of color in at-risk communities and help them realize they can achieve professional success in STEM fields they may otherwise never have considered.

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The 100 BMOA operates a 15,000-square-foot robotics facility and supports over 4,000 students in underserved communities across 10 cities in Georgia.

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Our robotics teams have competed at the city, regional and national levels.

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