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Hi everyone.

I'm running a pilot program for my edtech startup called 1/4Tech, all things tech for kids.

I'm selecting ten kids from 13 to 17 years old in the city of San Francisco CA to teach them Arduino and help them build their first project.

I'm looking for a volunteer to help me build the curriculum and help them build something great. I'm talking to some people about a possible space. If you are interested in learning more about this project or know someone that would be happy to participate please let me know.

You can reply directly through the forum or send me an email at ana@uncuartotech.com
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In addition to what I wrote to you, I just discovered this resource in another thread:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bw_ruMOtRDDgNXI3OTFGZXhIZ2c/edit?pli=1

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Dear sir,

the information provided seems great.The similar thing i wanna started with engineeing student. Can you suggest some project where i can do with engineering student. I have worked with arduino uno with various shield , but i need project where i can use shield and do the projects




In addition to what I wrote to you, I just discovered this resource in another thread:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bw_ruMOtRDDgNXI3OTFGZXhIZ2c/edit?pli=1


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