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ACCESS TO STEM

EDUCATION

We bring STEM to boys and girls, underprivileged and underserved, because we believe inspiration is the greatest asset that we can provide.

Explorer Robotics enables community and school-based robotics programs from across the world gain access to engaging STEM resources. In addition to offering training for educators and parents, our partnerships provide students with the technology and skills they need to reach success in STEM pathways.

 Helping educators and students succeed. Helping educators and students succeed.

 Helping educators and students succeed. Helping educators and students succeed.

 Helping educators and students succeed. Helping educators and students succeed.

Inspiring the innovators of tomorrow.

Established in 2013, Explorer Robotics is a student-run nonprofit organization that provides schools and communities with the necessary resources to support engaging STEM experiences and inspire the innovators of tomorrow. With the help of our corporate sponsors, we are committed to assisting underserved students. Founded out of La Salle College High School in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, Explorer Robotics currently supports STEM programs across the United States, Brazil, Nicaragua, and Kenya.

Who we are

Unlocking possibilities through your generosity.

Becoming an emissary for STEM education would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. Your contribution can give us the ability to start new teams, purchase cutting-edge technology for students, and inspire young innovators.  

New Leadership Team Elected

Every year, Explorer Robotics students are nominated by their peers and adult supervisors to serve in various leadership roles. Many of...

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Team 5181 wins second consecutive District Chairman's Award

For the second consecutive year, Explorer Robotics (Team 5181), the upperclassmen robotics team at La Salle College High School, received...

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FRC Season Gets Off to a Rapid Start

The first week of the FRC (FIRST® Robotics Competition) build season began on Saturday, as upperclassmen from La Salle College High...

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