Award Winning Robotics & Entrepreneurship Learning Center for Kids Opening on Nassau Street

Rocket Club, the award winning robotics, coding and entrepreneurship learning center for kids, is opening a lower Manhattan location. The plan: train the next Elon Musk right here on Nassau Street.

Starting today, Rocket Club will be enrolling for their spring semester (February – June). There are only five classes in this inaugural session, so don’t wait to register.

Rocket Club’s curriculum is designed to train the next
Elon Musks of the world:


  • Each Rocket Club member uses a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Education Kit to build robotic race cars, cranes, claws, and Mars Rovers.
  • Throughout the first semester, Rocket Club members will learn how to bring wheels, gears, axles, joints, and pulleys to life.
  • They’ll learn the basic concepts of mechanisms, electronics and physics.


  • Members will learn how to program and control robots to perform tasks.
  • They’ll be introduced to virtual reality, augmented reality and game development.
  • They’ll program with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software.


  • Each Rocket Club member launches their own business.
  • Rocket Club members will learn hands-on basics of financial modeling, branding, marketing and operations.
  • Members will gain exclusive access to a network of accomplished advisors and mentors.

The curriculum was built by enlisting the help of robotics experts, virtual and augmented reality experts, nine “Forbes: 30 under 30” winners, and a NASA engineer.

Rocket Club introduces members to amazing connections:

When Rocket Club members start their businesses, instructors work to find industry leaders that can help take their business to the next level. Below are just a few connections created last semester.

Shark Tank’s Daymond John

Executives from Estee Lauder

NASA Climate Change Data Scientist

Here are just a few of the business Rocket Club students (8 to 14 years old) have built:

The curriculum is unique and grows as opportunities
come their way.

Last semester, Rocket Club was approached by the Executive Producer of a virtual reality feature film. The film needed someone to upgrade a tiny electric vehicle that could only carry 40 pounds. The Executive Producer needed a car that could be driven by an adult. The members leveraged their robotics skills and were able to accomplish the task in just a few weeks. Each member will earn a credit in the upcoming film … not a bad resume booster
for an 8-14-year-old!

To learn more about Rocket Club and set up a tour to reserve one of their limited memberships visit or email


Sponsored by Rocket Club


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