These days, kids are growing up in a world with X-ray vision drones, cute personal robots, 3-D printed Mario Karts, and giant mechs. Unfortunately, lots of kids are missing out on all of it—about 10,000 kids are diagnosed with cancer each year, and though the majority will recover, going through treatment means almost all of them miss out on learning science, art, and math during the school year. Max Miller wants to fix that.
Max started out as a camp counselor at Sunrise Day Camp, a summer camp for kids with cancer. He was already a self-professed tech geek (he knows over a dozen coding languages), so when one of the campers told Max that he wished he could learn to code, Max decided to create a program to help introduce kids to computer science at Sunrise. At the time of writing, Max has already raised $300,000 to create the S.T.E.A.M. Shack, a …
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