Welcome to Robotics for Fun!
While teaching robotics at the Chabot Space and Science Center, Harvard University graduate Jutiki Gunter, was amazed by the excitement the children showed while building robots in his class. Realizing how few educational outlets existed for children to learn robotics, Jutiki conceived the idea of creating a space in which children could build robots, and expand their math and science skills.
Robotics for Fun was established in 2004. The program provides a year-round learning environment for children in all aspects of robotics. Since we first opened our doors, children come to class excited and ready to learn. Parents literally have to pull them away from their projects at the end of the day.
We believe that young children can learn at a college and professional level, if given the chance.
At Robotics for Fun they have the chance!
“Robotics for Fun has been an incomparably enriching component of our son’s education. After he had taken classes at the Lawrence Hall of Science and Chabot Space and Science Center, the big question was… “what next?” The gifted and enthusiastic team at Robotics for Fun provides a highly engaging forum for our son to continue to develop his interests in robotics, programming, and abstract thinking. I cannot recommend this program highly enough!”