Robotics Program

The STEM Center’s Robotics program taught Madison County youth to design, build, and test rovers, or space exploration vehicles, through a collaboration with the Mannie Jackson Center for Humanities (MJCH) and Madison County Housing Authority (MCHA). Through the robotics program, students ages 7-14 were able to learn that they are capable and that they have the skills to succeed in STEM-related fields, such as robotics. They designed and built rovers, then engineered pieces of the rover to solve specific problems.

For more information about the program, contact the STEM Center at or 618-650-3065.