Our goal is to help students discover their true potential by assigning mentors who will work with them on simple yet fascinating science projects.
Our heartfelt thank you to our dedicated volunteers. Because of them, we have been able to reach out to 9 schools in economically challenged neighborhood.
Training on Introduction to Embedded System provided to the teachers at Santa Clara University. As part of training, they learned how to create sequence using Sno-Pixel kit.
Introduced Sno-Pixel for the first time at the San Mateo Maker Faire. This event was sponsored by Arduino.
24 female students of 6, 7 and 8 graders of Renaissance Academy programming the Sno-Pixel.
Presented the Sno-Pixel with the help of volunteers and sponsorship by Microchip.
Summer 2017 Volunteer Certification Program
Being trained and preparing the Sno-Pixel kit for the STEM circle teacher's training for November 2017.
"To create a nurturing, fear-free, fail-free environment to allow students to follow their dreams" - Manizheh Zand
5 schools showcased their individual programmed smart ornaments "Sno-Pixel".