The Chicago’s first keynote speaker robot
February 23, 2015
MOUNT PROSPECT, IL – Robonosis, a fully interactive 6ft robot will be the surprise emcee at the Science Academy of Chicago’s annual fundraising dinner on Friday, February 27 to support growth and expansion of the STEAM focused private school. Tickets are still available on site and online for the annual fundraising dinner.
Science and technology will take center stage when a live robot actor takes the mic at the Science Academy’s annual fundraising dinner and silent auction. Robonosis will talk and interact with the 300+ parents and community members gathered to support the school and its award-winning Robotic Club.
“Robonosis is a fun way for us to visualize the rich STEAM curriculum that we are offering at our school”
“We hope that the parents and guests can see all the amazing things we are doing with our Robotics club, music program and so much more.”
Proceeds from the silent auction and dinner will go towards developing the high school program and summer camp for the school and for supporting the various competitive teams at the school such as the Robotics Club and the Math Team. Tickets for the dinner are $50 per person age 12 and up. Child care is available for children age 3+ for $10 per child.
About Science Academy of Chicago
The Science Academy of Chicago (SAC) is a non-profit, nondenominational, independent day school for students’ preschool (three years of age) through ninth grade. Our mission is to provide an accelerated STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) focused college preparatory private education.