The Metrobots Community increases awareness for STEM in the Greater Columbus area. We annually demonstrate our robot at events such as The Ohio State Fair, Honda STEM Fest, Battelle, and our own Maker Mania events. We were asked to present at the Devol’s Dance, an invite-only automation summit featuring tech startup executives and former Ohio Governor John Kasich. Through these showcases, we have been able to bring STEM to all members of our community. 3324 also spends time each year conducting workshops for youth in Columbus that have limited access to educational opportunities in STEM. We hosted a workshop for Healthy Asian Youth, an organization that works with disadvantaged Asian American students, as well as numerous Maker Mania events and library workshops, introducing youth to the wonders of STEM and robotics. The Community group assists the PAST Foundation in summer camps focusing on Arduino Robotics, 3D printing, Minecraft Mathematics, and much more. Through these summer camps, we've inspired more than 650 students from around Columbus to grow in STEM. However, we don't stop there! We have developed STEM kits that were distributed to local libraries and taught students about Arduino, FLL, coding, and more. In order to share our experience in STEM with our community, our local radio station, WOSU, produced a film focused around The Metrobots’ build season to share with our community.