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    At FoxBot Industries, we provide project-based workshops in the Greater Seattle Area. We believe well-rounded individuals know a little bit about everything, and we want to teach subjects that are traditionally believe to be "difficult"  or for "special kinds of people". We believe everyone is capable of science, tech, engineering, art, and math, it's just a matter of having the right curriculum and the right teacher.

    Our goal is to offer workshops for disadvantaged populations, including children with special needs, immigrants and their families, folks without access to technology, and formerly incarcerated folks  We recognize that not everyone is fortunate enough to be able to afford the cost of attendance, so we strive to offer subsidies wherever possible. 

    If you believe in the potential of education as a pathway to change and a better future for us all, please contribute and help us teach folks who cannot afford it. We welcome and appreciate any and all amounts! 

    Contributions made without specific requests for workshops will be held until it covers the cost for one or more folks for the next most recent workshop. 

    If you would like to cover the cost of a specific workshop, please use the rates* below:

    Level 0: $30

    Level 1: $45

    Level 2: $60

    Level 3 : $75

    Level 4: $105

    Our current goal is to provide two Level 0 workshops for children,  two Level 1 workshops for children and adults, and two Level 3 workshops for adults at no cost for ten (10) students.

    Want to learn more? Check out our current workshop offerings here

    *Workshop cost varies by difficulty due to increasing complexity/cost and of materials and educator experience and expertise.