Support-RoboTutor - Carnegie Mellon University


  • Anonymous:  $250,000
  • Simon Initiative:  $40,000
  • ProSEED grant:  $15,000
  • Anonymous:  $15,000
  • Matt Humphrey
  • Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association
  • Mary Beth Sklar
  • Kai Mai
  • Carnegie Mellon Faculty Organization

Giving Opportunities

  • Fund project director and integration lead to continue past the January 2017 submission deadline until XPRIZE announces $1M Finalists in Q2 2017.
  • Fund students and staff to develop and test code and Swahili content.
  • Purchase Android tablets for students and field sites.
  • Local costs to conduct field tests, transport tablets, and transfer data to and from Tanzania.
  • Student “Testathon” contests to find software bugs.

Donations to the RoboTutor team are fully tax deductible, and tax receipts will be provided.  To donate, please email