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Millionaire Mind Kids

Last Updated: 1/12/2022 2:27 AM

Robotics Camp Photo of Students

Millionaire Mind Kids engages businesses, community, educators & families to provide US First Robotics, Aviation, STEM & Financial Literacy Education.


The Millionaire Mind Kids non-profit organization was founded, December 2005, and received IRS non-profit status October 2008. The programs were designed and implemented by a grandmother, Delores Williams and her two grandchildren, Najah age nine years old and Khalil was seven at the time. MMK’s Programs currently offer U.S. First Robotics Training; team competitions; Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (STEAM) Aviation Day Camps; Financial Literacy Education, Youth Leadership Academies and Parent University.

Millionaire Mind Kids are ever-expanding youth and family programs that functions as a part of communities to keep youth engaged in educational and positive activities during school breaks and year around ROBOTIC Programs and Team Competitions. MMK serves to assist educators with reducing high school drop-out rates; closing educational gaps amongst under-served youth; and providing moral, physical, and emotional healthier choices. Our goals are to excite students' appetites for learning robotics, aviation, science, technology, engineering, arts, math (STEAM) through creating a culture of excellence and loving to learn. Our programs are designed to provide STEAM learning environments during school breaks that introduce students to scientific and experimental methods and engineering hands-on projects. Student projects will be used to teach the relevance of STEAM and finances to careers and real life skills. This is MMK's response to the nation's "call to action" to prepare students to enroll in at least one year of higher education or job training and to better prepare our workforce for a 21st century economy.


Robotics Camp Photo Students on Podium


Robotics Camp 2022



Robotics Club 2022 Application - view and download

For more information and questions:

Delores Williams
Phone number: 760 240-4044