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Moxie Pioneer Mentor Program

Moxie Pioneer Mentor Program

Moxie Pioneer Mentor Program

Thank you so much for your interest in our Moxie Pioneer Mentor Program! Due to overwhelming demand, our program is now full. We are thrilled that so many families want to invite Moxie into their home!

Although our Pioneer Program is full, you can still get your very own Moxie by making a reservation now for access to our private pre-order launch later this year. Reservations are fully refundable should you change your mind. Reserve your Moxie here!

And if you are interested in participating in any future Moxie testing programs, please enter your information here.

Thank you again for your interest in Moxie!

12 comments

My son is 5 years old and just completed kindergarten. We are a military family so we move around a lot. He was born in Okinawa, Japan then we moved to Texas when he was almost two. Just as soon as we were all settled, duty called again and we had to uproot and move to Ohio. Within a short duration of only four months, he was enrolled in three different pre-kindergarten programs unfortunately. The pre-k school while we lived in TX for two months, to the pre-k daycare program when we first moved to OH for one month, then on to the pre-k program we moved to when we bought our house the following month. Although kids are very resilient, it’s still socially as well as emotionally tough on anyone let alone a 5-year old who doesn’t even really understand why we have to move in the first place. All he knows is as soon as he finally made new friends, it is time to move and he has to do it all over again. He saw the video of Moxie and immediately said that he would be his best friend. I said, “honey the robot is very expensive”, he went to his room and brought me back his piggy bank and said, “here, take this to pay for it”. Receiving one for the experiment would mean the absolute world to him. Plus, it would definitely help him with coping because yes, we will have to move once again come next year now that my husband has been promoted. Having Moxie would make our next move a smoother transition than what he recently experienced with our last move. If noting else, he would at least know a familiar face, have someone to talk and/or relate, to and a friend who he won’t leave. Military members deploy often away from their family, go out and fight for their country, and do what’s right for other airmen/troops each and everyday, but no one ever really knows or understands the true sacrifice of the meaning “service before self” and the impact it has on the military spouses and dependents. Thank you in advance!

Dana Holt May 28, 2020

I have a small Montessori program in my home, and once we return to our regular schedule, after emotional pandemic experience, I believe this could be a magnificent tool in working through some of the trauma my own children, and my students have had to endure during these isolating times. Please contact me if you are interested in sharing your invention with us for some time. 🙏🏻

Candice Mustard-Scott May 07, 2020

My son is 7 and fell in love with Moxie after watching the videos about him. He said Mommy he will be my new best friend. He would be ecstatic to test him out especially because I don’t think we can afford to buy him😭😭 Thank you for your amazing work on Moxie and I hope everyone is staying healthy and blessed.

Jen May 07, 2020

I have a 2 year old granddaughter would be nice if u could come up with one for the your kids

Leica Roberts May 07, 2020

My daughter is turning 16 and is on the spectrum in a few days and I believe this will help her socially.

Denys Gonzalez May 07, 2020

My 10 year old has had mixed and oftentimes challenging experiences at school. We’ve tried both public and private options and while we have found some varied and mostly middling successes, we are still searching for ways to bolster her educational and interpersonal experiences. Our primary focus is her self confidence, both with her educational experieences and social interactions/friendships. Hoping that learning and social interactivity technology like Moxie will be a positive support for her growth and development.

Alan May 07, 2020

I have a 6 year old, help Raising her, we are the grandparents. She has No friends around here, to play with, she need someone talk and with.

Daniel Ochoa May 07, 2020

My grandson is 4. He has been reading since he was 3. He is reading at a second grade level. Intellectually, he is incredibly smart. He has superior problem solving skills. He’s able to add and subtract, and can do some multiplication and division. His birth certificate says he’s 4, but his brain says he’s 6 or 7. I think this robot would be perfect for him, I hope you will consider him for this Mentoring Program. I wish you could meet him and see for yourself. Thank you so much!

Natalie Pineau May 07, 2020

I have a 6 year old who would definitely test your Robot Companion.

Max Plummer April 30, 2020

My daughter is 16, but has developmental delay so in her mind she is around 8. I think she would be a great candidate to use and test Moxie. This seems to be a great fit for children with autism as they have social distance daily.

Sonya fisher April 30, 2020

Reason why I want to cassie0pia can try it is because my nephew and his girlfriend are not together and the kids are going through a lot so maybe that would help.. he plays with his grandmother 80 something years old

Ava Brown April 30, 2020

My son is 8 years old and would love to be s part of this!

Traci Garcia April 30, 2020

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