The Milwaukee Robotics Academy is committed to supporting high-tech STEM education in under-served populations in the City of Milwaukee.
Located at the former home of St. Mary Czestochowa in Riverwest, the Milwaukee Robotics Academy has been training the next generation of Milwaukee’s STEM professionals and entrepreneurs since 2021. A partnership with Messmer schools enabled the Academy to lease the space and build out a facility to serve as their home base.
As a 100% volunteer-run organization, the Milwaukee Robotics Academy is committed to supporting high-tech STEM education in under-served populations in the City of Milwaukee. MRA’s work includes:
- Summer workshops that introduce high school students to robotics through exciting hands-on exercises. These workshops are conducted with flexible scheduling and at no cost to students to make the program as accessible as possible.
- Providing a year-round space in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood for high school students and teams to explore robotics. This eliminates the need for new teams to purchase expensive machine shop equipment and gives students year-round access to advanced equipment.
- Providing technical mentoring to area teams including paid lead mentor and paid internship positions for teams directly supported by the Academy.
We look forward to seeing you at Doors Open!
More information about volunteering with the Milwaukee Robotics Academy and programming is available here: www.milwaukeeroboticsacademy.org.
3063 N Fratney St
10 am - 5 pm
10 am - 5 pm
Photography, Video, Tripods Permitted