Robogals

Robogals

Robogals teaches design and programming with Boe Bots and Lego robots. It is a chapter of the international non-profit organization and aims to get more girls between the ages of 9 and 16 interested in science, engineering, and technology.

The program’s long-term goal is to increase female enrollment in computer science, engineering, and technology courses at universities. It is based at local partner schools and operates during after-school time, weekday afternoons between 3pm-5pm.

Get Involved

Interested in having Robogals at your school? Email: columbia.president@robogals.org for more information.

Columbia undergraduate and graduate students teach the sessions. Also, Undergraduate students can join the student executive board.

For more information or to get involved email: engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu 

 

Faculty can serve as advisers to the group. If interested email: engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu for more information.