An after-school mentoring program that invites university students to help local at-risk youth learn scientific principles and then build an electric go-cart.
In communities around our country many kids lack education in engineering and the sciences.
GreyMob partnered with a chemical engineering professor to brainstorm ways to reach at-risk youth and teach them basic engineering. After meeting with local schools, GreyMob designed a program where University students would volunteer and lead after-school children through engineering projects called Go Kids. GreyMob recruited and managed student volunteers, designed a website, oversaw curriculum, and created branding for Go Kids.
Mentors volunteer their time and lead fun and creative hands-on projects. As one mentor put it, "I have been able to serve the students I teach each week at Go Kids and I do so knowing that God has mobilized me to do important work in His Kingdom".