With limited resources, began building robots at the age of 14 for national competitions. He interned three times as an undergraduate before becoming a contractor at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA and Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, CA. He developed code for spy planes used by the Air Force Research Laboratory automating camera calibration procedures, low Earth orbit satellites utilizing Android phones dubbed PhoneSat, and interfaces for missions such as MoonRise (2016) and Mars Sample Return set for 2018. Thereafter, Reynoso created a startup company called Reybotics to develop summer robotics camps and robotics kits tailored to motivate the next generation of scientists and engineers. The Robotics Summer Valley Program (RSVP) held at the University of Texas at Brownsville accepts 48 area students every summer between the ages of 14-17 and exposes them to the world of robotics through college level courses in Physics, Biology, Computer Science, and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in the classroom. More importantly, the program teaches them to apply those skills with hands-on activities and theme-based competitions to test out their creations.