ROBOTICS_18An early Christmas gift for the Kingman High School robotics team. The Chrysler Foundation is providing the KHS Bionic Bulldogs with $5,000 to support its involvement in a program that teaches students engineering principles and responsibility by involving them in robotics competitions. Chrysler is providing a total of $230,000 in grants to support robotics programs at dozens of schools in four states and Canada. The Foundation  has contributed more than $2.3-million to robotics programs since 1995. “The Chrysler Foundation is proud to play a role in helping students discover the rewards and excitement of education and careers in science, technology, engineering and math,” said Judy Trapasso, Senior Vice President-External Affairs, Chrysler Group LLC and President of the Chrysler Foundation. “We are equally  proud of our employees who generously give their time and skills to help mentor students and serve as competition coordinators.”