•Promote the growth of hubs (local competition sites) across the U.S., thus maximizing the “pipeline” of future engineers, scientists, and technical professionals.
•Increase hub growth among two-year technical colleges and four-year colleges and universities.
•Promote the involvement of rural and inner city schools which often have limited access to programs of this nature.
•Increase participation of women and minority students.
•Develop new and foster existing alliances with national organizations that are stakeholders in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education.
•Recruit national corporate sponsors.
•Develop educational partnerships with organizations, foundations, and corporations that are engaged in K-12 workforce development.
- Research: Educational program for students
- Research: Educational program for the youth
- Research: Robotics and science games