Custom Program Development
Museum of Future Sports collaborates with schools, CBO's, corporations, and other partners to envision, develop and launch custom tech sports and STEAM education programs in schools, community centers and sports facilities throughout California and beyond.
Neighborhood STEAM Partnerships
MoFS works closely with Bay Area community benefit organizations to identify and partner with local businesses and tech companies who want to make a positive impact on local communities.
These efforts have led to numerous STEAM education programs, drone lessons, VR & gaming classes and play sessions for hundreds of underserved Bay Area youth.
SPIRE Institute & Academy
MoFS collaborated with the staff at SPIRE IA to create a professional drone racing pilot training program, featuring a weeklong summer bootcamp at SPIRE's campus facility in Geneva Ohio. The result was
an unique in-person program featuring world class coaches and instructors, hours of daily PC simulator training, drone flight time and competitions. Students also received daily wellness and fitness sessions, as well as professional career coaching and advice.
Hiller Aviation Museum
MoFS founders have collaborated with the Hiller staff since 2015, working closely to craft a drone program, hardware platform and
safety cage infrastructure, allowing Hiller to be among the earliest museums to bring hands-on drone activities to students, families and museum visitors. Programs and activities include adult and youth drone engineering and pilot education and training, professional drone sports competitions, interactive team-building and event production services.
Amazon - Family Day Online
MoFS worked with Amazon to develop and produce a socially-distanced online event filled with family-friendly games and presentations. These included a 1-hr history of drone racing, a 1-hr Minecraft "Let's Play" presentation, and several massive online games of Scavenger Hunt, a round-based game for up to 20 players featuring live-hosted gameplay.