Lego offers an opportunity for engagement. Whether it is by creativity, technology, or research, Legodares kids to test, explore, expand, and completely change thoughts and approaches for different sciences. This competition is an exciting and fun global
robotics programs that ignites and enthusiasm for discovery, science and technology in students ages 9
to 14. Lego teams will engage in the Nature Fury's challenge plan. Team will explore the awe-inspiring storms, quakes, waves and more of what we call "natural disasters".
The students will:
Design, build, and program robot using LEGO.
Research and solve real-world base on the Natural Fury's -Challenge theme.Present their research and solutions.
The Cyber Security Competition is design to inform, educate and inspire students to have a career in Cyber Security. There are many jobs in
Cyber Security and our mission is to build a pipeline of students to enter in the market. As government and industry continue to develop new tools to support the cyber industry, we want
to make sure the students have an opportunity to fix, break and design these tools in the future. The Patriots Cyber Security Competition will consist of a panel of professionals that will judge the research paper, website, brochure, postal board display and presentation at a dinner with community residents, parents and elected officials on April 17, 2014 at the Greenbelt Marriott, Greenbelt, MD.
The winner of this competition wil be selected at this event. This project, builds research and business skills as well as technology skills.
patriots VIDEO JAM 2013 competition
PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE
11:00am - 3:00PM
December 7, 2013
Lego Workshop training
Kettering middle school
9:00am - 12:00pm
JANUARY 25, 2014
FIRST LEGO LEAGUE COMPETITION (FLL)
University of Maryland Campus (UMBC)
FEBRUARY 15, 2014
PATRIOTS LEGO COMPETITION
Bowie State University
MARCH 26 - 30 2014
National society of black engineer
40TH ANNUAL CONVENTION
SECURING THE PIPELINE....
"Video Jam 2013" is our 6th Annual Video Gaming Competition. This
year we will continue to focus on
educationof the various careers pathsavailable in the $50 billion dollar videocompanies located in Maryland. For this competition,
there will be 30teams with four members on a team. Each team will use the Microsoft Kodu software to design a video game. The teams will have two hours to complete their game. The completed games will
be judged and we will select 1st, 2nd
and 3rd place winners.
The libraries that will host the
November 2nd / Largo
November 16th /Oxon Hill
November 23rd/South Bowie
The award prize will be 1st place $100 2nd $50 3rd $25
5800 Martin Luther King Hwy., Seat Pleasant, MD 20743
Phone: 301/925-9350 Fax: 301.925-9352