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Sponsor

Sponsorships make it possible for us to put on programs that would otherwise be beyond the limits of our resources. Without outside funding, LEARN can’t offer new programs. Our current programs are self-sustaining. We cannot, however, buy the new computers, software and equipment to launch new programs without a boost from outside funding.

Outside funding also helps us host huge events and buy robotics equipment for our teams. Becoming a program sponsor couldn’t be simpler. Just read on! Then, click on the Learn More button if you’d like to get involved. One of our Board members will give you a call.

Event Sponsors

We put on several huge events each year. Programs like City Imagineerium and Engineering Extravaganza serve up a whole lot of learning disguised as play, and this just would not be possible without your help. Hundreds of kids attend these events, and our sponsors make it possible for us to buy supplies, print instructions, feed volunteers and more. So, get involved today in inspiring those kids!

Platinum Event Sponsors

  • Free tickets to your chosen event for twenty children
  • Sponsors’ logos on all printed event materials including event t-shirts, registration tables and invitations, press releases and event collateral
  • Banners hung on dais and registration tables
  • Sponsors recognized on our Web site and in closing ceremonies
  • Lunch for all volunteers
  • Corporate information table
  • T-shirts with your company’s name
  • $5,000/sponsor

Gold Event Sponsors

  • Free tickets to your chosen event for ten children
  • Sponsors’ logos on all printed event materials including event t-shirts, registration tables and invitations, press releases and event collateral
  • Banners hung on dais and registration tables
  • Sponsors recognized on our Web site and in closing ceremonies
  • Lunch for all volunteers
  • $2,500/sponsor

Silver Event Sponsors

  • Sponsors’ logos on all printed event materials including registration tables and invitations, press releases and event collateral
  • Banners hung on dais and registration tables
  • Sponsors recognized on our Web site and in closing ceremonies
  • $1,000/sponsor

Supplies Sponsor

  • Sponsors recognized on our Web site and in closing ceremonies
  • Banners/signs hung on sides of supplies tables situated in the heart of the build
  • Donate product to be used in the event.
  • $500/table

Robotics Team Sponsors

At LEARN Science & Math Club, we operate on the assumption that kids can do extraordinary things. And, they always prove us right! Over the last ten years, our kids:

  • Have won first place awards at every robotics tournament they have attended – including taking 1st place awards at World Festival and the North American Championships three times
  • Developed a Web app that encourages people to carpool by helping them to easily catch a ride with their Facebook and My Space friends
  • Presented a proposal to the KC City Council and the Missouri State Legislature, encouraging them to implement a metro-area wide ride- and bike-sharing project
  • Built emissions-free pedal cars and displayed them at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the KC Zoo on Earth Day to demonstrate it’s possible to get around town without polluting
  • Conducted a flash mob event called, “FREEZE to Save the Planet,” to promote awareness of the many small things we can all do to reduce energy usage and pollution.
  • Won the prestigious MIT InvenTeam – Over the course of the school year, they developed a working prototype of their product, Script Alert. This biomedical engineering device tracks, guides and reports on patients’ prescription medication. It has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives each year and was hailed as the most commercially viable and life-saving product at the Lemelson-MIT Eureka Fest in June, 2013.
  • Coordinate TeamXchange – This community service project brings together some of the thousands of FLL and FTC teams from around the world to share their knowledge of robotics and work together on each year’s challenge.
  • Mentor FLL And Jr.FLL Teams – Most of our high school team members volunteer four to ten hours a week year-round to coach the younger kids in our program. In past years, they led these teams to numerous first place awards. They also help teach at the regional Coaches’ Workshop every year. And, this year, they helped our organization launch the first-ever FLL Seminars. Three half-day Seminars teach both the kids and coaches on local FLL teams how to improve their presentation, structural engineering and programming skills. The Seminars helped 34 teams and 156 kids prepare for tournament.
  • And, they’ve done so much more!

These kids are tackling projects that would bend the minds of even expert product development teams. Join them in the challenge! To be ready for this robotics season, these kids need your expertise! You and your team can help just by sharing your knowledge. The kids are looking for mentors to build and program with them and guide them through this year’s exciting new challenge. They need shop equipment, computers and robot supplies.

The Benefits

  • You will give America’s future engineers, programmers, doctors and other technical types a leg up on their education
  • We will fly a banner, featuring your brand, before thousands of motivated, highly educated and affluent prospective customers at our local events, at FIRST Robotics tournaments and at the MIT Eureka Fest.
  • We will feature your logo proudly on our team shirts and on our Web site and
  • Together, we will represent Kansas City with pride.

You can make these things possible. Adopt a team today!