By Sunny Washington, CEO, Ardusat
On July 21, 1969 the world heard the famous words “that’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” as Neil Armstrong was the first man to step on the moon. What an incredible moment in history. I often reflect on historical moments like this thinking about the generation of students that the moment will impact.
Today we live in an amazing time where students are growing up in a world where they have access to supercomputers in their phones, where information is readily available through a Google search, and for just a handful of dollars they can create interactive electronic objects. As the world develops and consumes this technology, I wonder about the student. Will they be ready to create new technologies, become problem solvers, and make this world a better place for all future generations?
I’m excited by what we’re doing at Ardusat. We are continuously inspired by teachers and administrators that have the desire to provide engaging STEM programs in their classrooms. Today they are the ones blazing trails and have limited access to support and resources, yet feel strongly about inspiring the next generation of STEM workers. We’re here to support you.