Volunteer Robotics Coach Seeks Votes

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Time Warner Cable is connecting a million minds, and Courtney Wells from Kansas City, Mo., is a finalist in their Super Connector Search. Wells volunteers as a robotics coach at Benjamin Banneker Charter Academy of Technology.

“We don’t want to just see our kids today be technology users, but we want them to be technology creators,” Wells said. “I am very humbled and so proud to be a part of this big picture of this movement that’s why I’m there on my own dime, on my own time.”


For more information about Wells or to cast your vote, click here. Voting ends Dec. 11.

About the search

The Super Connector with the most votes will be named our “People’s Choice Winner” and will receive a $10,000 grant for their chosen non-profit. In December a panel of expert judges will pick our “National Contest Winner”. In addition to a $10,000 grant for the non-profit of their choice, this lucky individual will receive a trip to New York City or Los Angeles to star in a Connect a Million Minds TV commercial. View official contest rules for Time Warner Cable’s Super Connector Search here.



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