Technology Inspiration Lights Up Future Life
The Canada Youth Robotics Club is a non-profit organization committed to robotics education. With experienced K-12 instructors and students serving as its core members, we are committed to improving the visibility and knowledge of robotics education in Canada. Our main activities include community classes, speaker events, and robotics competitions.
Community classes are organized and delivered by club instructors and are aimed at students and community centers from lower-income backgrounds. Our speaking events aim to invite robotics experts, as well as relevant business leaders from around the world to give speeches on the value of robotics from an educational perspective. We also host various robotics contests that allow our students to gain greater experience in robotics through practical challenges. As of the moment, We have partnered with various organizations and have hosted different competitions such as RoboRAVE, Botball, and WER.
Our core activities will always be driven by our most important member population: The K-12 student. We hold a strong belief in unlocking students' latent abilities and giving them the space to explore and create. Activities are mostly produced, managed, and delivered by the students, while the instructors back them up with resources and technical support. The advisory group of the club includes multiple robotics and educational experts from Canada and the U.S. which guarantee the quality and professionalism of our activities.
Creating Something Better
At CYRC, we take pride in being problem solvers who are not afraid to take risks. We believe that with boldness, creativity, and heart, there is nothing we can’t accomplish. But above all, our strength lies in teamwork. Each and every one of us has the capability to contribute no matter our experience or background. With this strength behind us, just imagine what we can achieve together.
Relationships and Outreach
The Canada Youth Robotics Club maintains a relationship with the AI (Artificial Intelligence) Club at the University Of British Columbia.
Our club also offers various initiatives aimed at helping our students get into prestigious North American universities. Under our tutelage, numerous students have been able to achieve their academic goals.