Radio Shack is back! But did you know that Radio Shack also gives back?

#RadioShackGivesBack programs are helping young children and communities learn and build on their technology skills. Today, the skill-sets required in technology are in high demand and requires that students and workers alike need to have the tools to learn. We actively participate in S.M.A.R.T. programs in classrooms around the country, and have been opening up our doors to provide workshops… our most popular is the Build Your Own Drone Event! Stop by any Radio Shack store to participate for free! (please check your local store for schedules)

Happy #MakerMonday Good things come to those who Make! #DIY

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RadioShack helps Design Electronics to encourage greater S.T.E.M. education opportunities schools by donating Build-Your-Own drone kits.

RadioShack Gives Back to Kids in S.T.E.M.

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The MakerSpace lab, provides students with an environment in which they can creatively engage with robotics, 3D computers, coding skills, and more. Radio Shack not only funded the equipment, but provided advisory services that helped with implementation. Watch the video below to learn more!

Radio Shack is so honored to be a part of Game Changers Luncheon hosted by GirlStart! A big thank you to for the inspiration you bring to girls in S.T.E.M. for a bright future!

RadioShack Donates $50,000 to Red Cross To Support Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

The donation will help cover costs of shelter, food, recovery and other assistance to families affected by the storm.
Radio Shack Donates to the Dallas Red Cross

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