Did you even know that there are kids in Bryant building robots? And they’re competing with other teams to see whose robot is the best? And they have competed themselves up the ladder to have a slot in the world championships this year and every year since 2013? Yep. The Bryant High School H.E.A.T. (Hornet Engineering And Technology) has qualified for the Vex Robotics World Championships in Kentucky by winning the Arkansas State Robotics Competition for the 6th year in a row.
In previous years, they’ve been able to get themselves to the world championship event by fundraising, but this year there has been a change in staffing that’s put them behind. These kids have worked so hard – many of them high school seniors seeking a future in college and beyond in STEM fields. This is an opportunity for the community to help them achieve those heights. Any amount you can give to their online fund will go directly to the team for travel (after GoFundMe fees). Consider supporting the team and also please share this so others can help.
The fund link is: https://www.gofundme.com/SendHEATtoWorlds