Si Se Puede Foundation Receives $50,000.00 from Amazon!
October 1st at the Amazon fulfillment center on 7th Ave in Phoenix. Amazon, along with Phoenic city mayor Kate Gallego, donated $50,000.00 to the Si Se Puede Foundation to continue running extracurricular STEM programs. SSPF was selected from a competitive filed of non profits to win this grant.
Si Se Puede's Women Collegiate Underwater Robotics Team Placed Third In The World and 1st In The United States!
Dateline: San Diego, California, August, 6, 2019 - Desert WAVE (Women in Autonomous
Vehicle Engineering), a robotics team created by the partnership between the Si Se Puede
Foundation and Arizona State University, competed in the 22nd International Robosub
Competition facing off against 55 other teams from over 12 countries!
Desert WAVE, in itsrookie season, dominated most of the field placing 5th overall in the semi finals, earning a spotin the finals, and then moving up to place 3rd overall during the finals. Desert WAVE was thehighest ranked U.S. team at the competition with Cornell University coming in 5th. The women’steam earned $3000 for their efforts and are already planning for next year’s event!Robosub website with results: