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The everis foundation expands its robotics and programming workshops for children in everis Valencia, Zaragoza and Colombia


In order to continue with the internationalization of its activities, the Foundation has launched the first edition of the workshops in Valencia, Zaragoza and Colombia, and wants to continue promoting the STEAM vocations form early ages.

The everis foundation has launched the robotics and programming workshops for children in the Spanish offices of everis Valencia and Zaragoza, and also Colombia, in order to foster scientific andtechnological vocations, in a join initiative with Connect Americas and Nextgen Consulting. 

Thanks to different educational innovation solutions, during this training, the children can create and design their own robot or video game, master 3D printing, or create Augmented Reality APPs. A team of volunteers from the everis foundation, which have also been instructors in these workshops, have provided training to the everis employees. 

More than 600 children and their families have enjoyed programing with Scratch, a computer programming language that allows developing animated stories, video games, scientific model simulations, and multimedia art projects; while acquiring the basis for logical, mathematical, and computational thinking. Therefore, children unleash their imagination thanks to the educational material (robotics kits, 3D printers, PCs, etc.) that the everis foundation makes available to them.


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