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This past July, Chicktech ran a weeklong robotics bootcamp for middle and high school girls across Oregon. Hosted at the PCC Rock Creek campus, the camp lasted 5 days and exposed the girls to a variety of activities that would cultivate their expertise in the robotics field. The purpose of this weeklong camp was to educate young women on the different aspects regarding FIRST Robotics. As these girls were ages 12-18, the camp was geared towards the middle school and high school FIRST programs, FTC (First Tech Challenge) and FRC (First Robotics Challenge).
After 108 years, the Boy Scouts of America is shaking things up with the name change of its flagship program, Boy Scouts, to Scouts BSA, which is expected to take effect in February 2019. After over a century of being a program for only boys, this isn’t something we should take lightly. And here at ChickTech, we believe it’s a major step towards gender equality and inclusion.