THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN BEING A SPONSOR!
As an Atlanta Public School, we have limited resources to meet our annual operating budget of $150,000. We depend on the generosity of sponsors, donors and our community to continue our team’s success. On this page you'll find info on how to donate, who we are, how sponsors benefit, and pics of our team.
See the chart below for more detail. You can get a 'shout out' in our newsletter (circulation 1250+), Facebook page (1900+ likes), Website, Twitter, and Instagram. You can receive recognition during specific events we host (First Lego League, Drones for Good, Gaming Gauntlet) and also at STEM events that reach 1,000+ STEM inspired students, parents and teachers. Your name/logo can be featured at events. We'll find a way to help you out - we can even bring a robot out to your business or event for a live show!
Who G3 Robotics Is:
Students! G3 Robotics is Grady High School’s AWARD-WINNING, student-led robotics team. Most recently, in October 2017 we WON the OUTREACH AWARD at the 2017 GRITS COMPETITION. We participate in a variety of competitions revolving around the design, construction, and operation of robotic technology. More importantly, G3 promotes robotics and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education within the Grady Cluster and the broader Atlanta community.
MORE REASONS TO SPONSOR G3...
LOCAL OUTREACH Help us bring STEM experiences to APS, the Grady Cluster of schools and beyond. We have programs at our elementary schools and Inman Middle School. We also mentor and support other APS high schools.
SPONSORS REPRESENTED AT LOCAL STEM EVENTS :
- Science Nights at elementary schools and demos at Inman Middle
- Children's Museum of Atlanta science outreach days
- Habitat for Humanity build days
- The Machine Learning Conference Atlanta
- ‘Introduce a Girl to Engineering’ at Georgia Tech
- Fernbank Museum of Natural History Robots Day
- Maker Faire Atlanta
- Four FRC regional competitions attended by thousands of students, parents, and STEM enthusiasts
- The FIRST World Championships This event draws thousands of kids, parents, sponsors, and celebrities from more than 60 countries. With your help, we plan to return and WIN!.
You’ll build local STEM experiences. Inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists at Grady High School, its feeder schools, and the broader Atlanta community through the team’s extensive outreach and mentoring programs.
You’ll benefit young minds. Team members learn research, design, build, and operational processes, with a focus on mastering technical skills like machining, programming, and 3D modeling.
You’ll GROW LEADERS IN OUR COMMUNITY. With a student-led team philosophy, students learn leadership, mentoring and business skills while operating all aspects of our program. With a 35% FEMALE and 25% MINORITY demographic, G3 emphasizes the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) ideals of diversity and opportunity in STEM.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
Checks should be made payable to: Grady Robotics & STEM Alliance and mailed to:
Grady Robotics & STEM Alliance 931 Monroe Dr NE, Ste A102, Box 102 Atlanta, GA 30308
G3 Robotics is a member team of the Georgia Robotics Alliance – EIN 20-5604200, so all donations are eligible for tax deductions - consult your tax adviser for details.
G3 BY THE NUMBERS
Team Members – 60
Drones For Good Teams – 34
Lego Robotics Events Hosted – 14
Female Team Members – 35%
Minority Team Members – 25%
College Graduation Rate – 99%
Community Service Hours – 6,263
Habitat for Humanity Builds – 4
Elementary Science Nights – 20