Local Harmony STEM educators attended a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) training hosted by Navy City Outreach where they created an underwater robot, and learned tech-niques they can practice in the classroom. Trainings like these help teachers provide our students with the most innovative learning approaches. Navy City Outreach has been or-ganizing these trainings for various years now, usually hosting them for university level professors. Navy City Outreach works to help raise Navy, STEM, and Diversity awareness around the community. “It was amazing to see our designs made up of simple materials such as PVC pipes, plastic film canisters and zip ties being able to cruise underwater smoothly. None of us had previous experience with underwater robotics. Thanks to Navy offic-ers providing immediate on-site support it only took the Harmony team 3 hours to complete fully functional SeaPerch underwater ROV,” said Mehmet Gokcek. We would like to thank Navy City Outreach for this wonderful opportunity. Please enjoy this clip that highlights the wonderful activities that the group completed at the training https://goo.gl/SJ93G7.