The Blitz Robotics Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to advancing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and fostering a deep appreciation for robotics among individuals of all ages. Established with a passion for innovation and a vision for a more technologically proficient future, our foundation seeks to ignite curiosity, creativity, and problem-solving skills in the communities we serve.
Student-led robotics programs offer a unique and transformative platform for developing essential life skills that extend far beyond the realm of technology and engineering. Through hands-on participation and leadership roles in robotics, students gain a multitude of invaluable skills and experiences that shape their character, enhance their problem-solving abilities, and prepare them for success in various aspects of life.
Student-led robotics teams require members to collaborate closely, communicate effectively, and work harmoniously towards a common goal. These experiences teach students how to navigate group dynamics, respect diverse perspectives, and make collective decisions—a skill set crucial for both personal and professional life.
We welcome people of all experience levels from grades 8 through 12, from Evergreen High School, Platte Canyon High School, Clear Creek High School, West Jefferson Middle School, Evergreen Middle School, Conifer High School, Fitzsimmons Middle School, homeschooled, or living in our mountain area community. We are a diverse, accepting, all-inclusive group, we have everything from all-star athletes, chess club players, theater and band kids, and kids with a huge variety of interests, identities, and talents, so we would love to have you on our team!