Students Build Electric Cars for Kids with Disabilities

Students Build Electric Cars for Kids with Disabilities

A team of STEM students from New Britain High School in Connecticut and Central Connecticut State University teamed up to provide the gift of mobility, in a fun package, to children in need. The students built fully functioning electric cars for families who might not be able to afford adaptive wheelchairs for their children. The students volunteers spent months working on these cars through Go Baby Go, an organization that provides access to mobility to children with disabilities. A kindness that Kechisa Mathis won’t soon forget. In the above photo, Mathis tears up as her daughter Kelicia drives a car built by the students.

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