What We Do

Crash Course Robotics Workshop

— Location

Events are held at our sponsor CIK Telecom’s Office (241 Whitehall Dr, Markham, ON LR3 5G5)

MeCh Savvy can also travel to a specific venue in the Greater Toronto Area if preferred. (Venue booking is not our responsibility. We have the right to decline a location if deemed unfit).


— Affordability

MeCh Savvy intends to be a one time introductory course to robotics. Unlike costly, long-term commitment programs that can cost up to $8000, MeCh Savvy charges $10 per student per 3 hour session. 

MeCh Savvy is a non-profit; profits go towards purchasing snacks for the event and the rest is donated to 200 Lancebotics a local VEX robotics team.


— Age Range

Students aged 5-13 benefit most from this opportunity. Workshops can be divided into juniors and seniors if there is a significant skill gap.

This program can be altered depending on the relative skill assessment of the cohort.


— Lego Robotics

Lego Mindstorms allows novices to use Legos, a  programmable brick, motors, and sensors to make a robot walk, talk, grab, think, shoot and do almost anything you can imagine.

Robots can be controlled via the Lego EV3 App, a remote control, or solely an autonomous period.

To read more about Lego Mindstorms: https://www.lego.com/en-us/mindstorms

— VEX Robotics

VEX Robotics fosters an environment where students in middle school, high school, and university can form teams to design, build, and program 18″ by 18″ robots to compete in regional, provincial, and international competitions with over 11400 teams worldwide.

Using aluminum, steel, lexan, gear ratios, and different build mechanisms students are well equipped with engineering principles.

Visit https://www.vexrobotics.com/vexedr to learn more!


LEGO EV3 or NXT software (Drag and Drop Programming) is used to code the Lego Mindstorm Robots. Students use their logic to drag action blocks to create a series of tasks for their robot to perform.

RobotC is used to program the VEX Robots. RobotC is C-Based Programming  Language and mimics real-life IDEs used in computer science industries.