This collaboration was funded by
“We believe that incredible talent lives in all communities,” said H. Puentes, executive director of San Diego Squared. “Investigating in partnerships like this provides underrepresented students the fundamentals in coding they need to lead the STEM talent pipeline of tomorrow.”
Robolink creates fun and approachable robotics kits that teach coding and engineering to kids and teens and has designed the programs. The skills were taught by Robolink certified instructors in local summer camps in June and August.
San Diegan Ellen Miller, executive director of the California Lawyers Foundation and current interim co-executive director and associate director of initiatives and external relations for the California Lawyers Association, will serve as the president of the
“We’ve spent more than a year managing the disruptive effects of operating in a pandemic and it felt like the right time to reinforce our long-standing emphasis on investment in our people and our communities,” said CB&T’s President and CEO Eric Ellingsen.
As part of Give Day, the bank partnered with five nonprofits throughout the key markets of San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area. Feeding San Diego was a featured nonprofit where employees packed more than 80,000 pounds of food.