Ways to Help

Our Mission

Our mission is to help develop strong relationships between local makers and people in need of assistive technology

Make an Impact

If you're interested in helping spread Mission to Engineer throughout your community and know local businesses that could help, sign up with the 'Maker Application' tab at the top of the page.

Donate Now

If you're interested in helping Mission to Engineer grow, make a generous donation by clicking 'Donate Here' at the top of the page.

 

About Us

Mission to Engineer was founded by ATMakers and Penn Robotics in 2017, all thanks to a local family in need of assistive technology. The primary goal of ATMakers was to introduce those in need of assistive technology to local makers willing to execute the projects necessary for families in need. Prior to Mission to Engineer, Penn Robotics was one of the facilities that accepted the offer to help a family in need- the Hunt Family. Thanks to that project, Team 135 gained beneficial skills such as time management, responsibility, teamwork, communication, and efficiency. But the most important lesson they’ve learned is how much impact they can have on another person’s life. The main goal of ATMakers and Penn Robotics  for this website was to bring this feeling of virtue to others throughout  the nation. 

Meet the Founders

Special thanks goes to our two founders that established a way for people in need of assistive technology to find help!
Penn Robotics

Penn Robotics

Founder
ATMakers

ATMakers

Founder

Meet the Makers

Here's a little bit about all of our dedicated Makers!
Penn Robotics

Penn Robotics

Mishawaka, IN

Joined the Maker Group in 2017 and have been helping ever since.

Blog

Here's where you can find posts about our projects currently taking place!
Blog

Chair Coding 6/2/17

On June 2nd, Penn Robotics Student David Li was responsible for making sure Ella’s chair was fully functional with the code from Mr. Binko. After configuring the IDE and updating the board firmware, he uploaded Read more…

Blog

Finger Covers!!! 10/13/17

On October 13, 2017, Ella Hunt, a disabled young girl diagnosed with SMA Type 1, visited Team 135’s Lab along with her supporting mother, Erica and physical therapist. This time around our team developed small Read more…