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Beach Cities Robotics (BCR)
The Beach Cities Robotics team is composed of students from Mira Costa and Redondo Union High Schools. The Robotics program is open to all high school students, and has no grade point prerequisite. This allows us to recruit underachieving students as well as honors students. Students, who would not have otherwise pursued science or math, are drawn to this program by its unique, interesting, and enjoyable approach.
USA - Redondo Beach - CA 90277

Zach's Cool Stuff (ZCS)
"Zach's Cool Stuff" (ZCS) provides individuals with the knowledge, encouragement, and resources to turn their ideas into reality. In conjunction with a belief in active, self-directed learning, classes focus on teaching practical skills while offering students hands-on access to the latest technology. This breaks down barriers of perceived complexity, teaches troubleshooting techniques and logical problem solving, and reinforces students' motivation and curiosity.
USA - Berkeley - CA 94703

HomeBrew Robotics Club (HBRC)
The HomeBrew Robotics Club (HBRC) is located in Silicon Valley and was formed for the purpose of bringing together those interested in learning about and building robots. If you are building or planning to build a robot or just have an interest in the subject of robotics, then this is the club for you.
USA - Mt. View - CA 94035

Robotics Society of Southern California (RSSC)
RSSC is a non-profit experimental robotics association formed in 1989 that meets twice a month on the second and fourth Saturday of the month at California State University Fullerton.
USA - Fullerton - CA 92831

Sacramento Area Robotics Group
Meet & Greet, Show & Tell. Opportunity is available every month to meet others interested in robotics, share ideas, and show off your latest project.
USA - Roseville - CA 95678

San Diego Robotics Society (SDRS)
The mission of the San Diego Robotics Society is to promote robotics by training, guiding and sharing our experiences in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical/electronic engineering and computer programming. They promote and sponsor meetings, "build it" workshops, computer programming classes and competition events to allow all to grow, learn and gain proficiency in the field of autonomous robotics.
USA - San Marcos - CA 92069

San Francisco Robot Society of America (SFRSA)
The San Francisco Robotics Society of America is dedicated to the exchange of information about robotics in order to stimulate education in the sciences, create new businesses, and to promote the enjoyment of robotics as a hobby.
USA - San Francisco - CA 94132

Wasco High School Robotics Club (WHSRC)

USA - Wasco - CA 93280

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