You are here

Put your company among elite organizations who are having a real impact in promoting and improving STEM education.

There are several ways for you to support the growth of the robotics industry:

SPONSOR

Competitions

Participants include the best and the brightest students from around the world, making these international competitions strategic recruiting sites for any organization involved in the robotics field.

Programs

Create critical engagement opportunities in your community by leveraging programs like RoboNation’s SeaPerch and SeaGlide.

SeaPerch "Kits for Kids" program offers organizations the opportunity to contribute to STEM outreach in their local communities by donating SeaPerch underwater robotics kits to schools and programs in need.

Contact Janelle Curtis (curtis@auvsifoundation.org) to customize the perfect sponsorship package to fit your needs.

CONTRIBUTE

Support the Foundation’s robotics activities at a variety of levels. All contributions over $1,000 receive year-long recognition on the RoboNation website. You can contribute any amount to RoboNation through our online form.  

IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS

Want to be a part of the movement to build RoboNation, but not yet in a position to provide financial support? Don’t worry!

There are many other ways for you to participate – with internships, supplies, speakers, mentors and more! Contact Janelle Curtis (curtis@auvsifoundation.org) to learn more.

Internships & Workforce Talent

RoboNation students are highly educated, skilled and trained. Our programs and competitions not only allow students to hone their technical knowledge, but also emphasize the importance of system integration, collaboration and project management. Graduate, undergraduate and highly skilled high school RoboNation students are the best source of talent to build your team.

Supplies

We gladly accept offers of supplies, hardware products or parts at no charge to the student competitors. While some of the teams are sponsored by their schools, we have many teams who are not. Offering your products to our student competitors is not only a great help, but it’s also a great avenue to raise visibility for your company

Speakers & Mentors

Volunteer to speak in a local classroom, mentor a student or even a robotics team. Students who have direct interaction with industry professionals are more motivated and likely to pursue careers in that field.