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Max Dashefsky's Robotics Mitzvah Project

Part of: Bar/Bat Mitzvahs Edit
  • $270raised
  • 1projects funded
  • 20student learning experiences
  • 1schools served
  • 1teachers supported
As part of my Bar Mitzvah training, I am working on a project that reflects my desire to give back to the community. I am hoping to volunteer in a class setting that focuses on Robotics or other computer-based building skill. I have been involved in my school's robotics programs for several years and am currently on the Lego Robotics team. I am fascinated by technology and using it to build or design. I could see myself applying the lessons I'm currently learning to eventually become a computer ... more
As part of my Bar Mitzvah training, I am working on a project that reflects my desire to give back to the community. I am hoping to volunteer in a class setting that focuses on Robotics or other computer-based building skill. I have been involved in my school's robotics programs for several years and am currently on the Lego Robotics team. I am fascinated by technology and using it to build or design. I could see myself applying the lessons I'm currently learning to eventually become a computer programmer, video game designer, or some other computer scientist. Beyond the interests I have pursued during the last few years of school, my desire to involve myself around robotics classes reflects my interest in helping the world develop builders of all kinds. During my Bar Mitzvah service, I read a story that emphasized how important builders have been to society throughout time. I have learned that in today's world, we need all types of "builders" and they come in all forms: architects, scientists, parents who are raising children in the face of great odds, civil rights leaders who are trying to create a better world. As I write this on Monday January 21st, the day we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, I read a famous quote from him which said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others." Well, I would like to start answering that question today. hide
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