Disney has revealed that they helped fund the newly opened Rock Star Robotics Center at the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida.
Over the past few decades, Disney has collaborated with the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida, supporting students as part of the Disney Future Storytellers initiative. The collaboration led to the creation of the Walt Disney World Clubhouse, a 25,000-square-foot facility that features computer stations learning centers, game rooms, and a multi-purpose room. And now, a new Rock Star Robotics Center is now open.
Disney Funded Robotics Room Now Open
Disney has shared that the Rock Star Robotics Center is now open at the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida’s Walt Disney World Clubhouse. The new space was named by students, and built using funds given during Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th Anniversary celebration.
“We always love seeing local students in our community dream big and grow their skills, and that’s why it’s been exciting to work with Boys & Girls Clubs to help bring this new robotics center to life,” said Rena Langley, the Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs at Walt Disney World.
The opening of the robotics room is just the latest collaboration between Disney and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida. The two have collaborated over the past few decades to help “empower the next generation of storytellers and innovators to dream about their futures, build their talents, and become who they imagine they can be.”