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Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
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2017 FIRST Robotics Competition Championship Chairman's Award Winner

Team 3132, Thunder Down Under, Syndey, New South Wales, Australia, won the 2017 Chairman’s Award at FIRST Championship Houston, the highest honor given at the FIRST Championship to FIRST Robotics Competition Teams, recognizing the team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate and best embodies the purpose and goals of FIRST.

Team 3132 Chairman's Essays

Team 3132 Chairman's Video

Team 3132 Presentation Video

 

Team 2614, Mountaineer Area Robotics (MARS), Morgantown, West Virginia, USA, won the 2017 Chairman’s Award at FIRST Championship St. Louis, the highest honor given at the FIRST Championship to FIRST Robotics Competition Teams, recognizing the team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate and best embodies the purpose and goals of FIRST.

Team 2614 Chairman's Essays

Team 2614 Chairman's Video

Team 2614 Presentation Video


2017 Regional/District Championship Chairman's Winners Submissions and Videos


Chairman's Award Submission Definitions

Chairman's Seminar and Powerpoint presented by Team 1114

Chairman's Award Video Resources

 

Past Winners of the Chairman's Award


Frequently Asked Questions

 

When is the due date?

The due date for the 2017 Chairman's Award Essays is Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 3PM Eastern Time.

What is the Executive Summary?

The Executive Summary is the basic information about the Team, as well as the short answer essays. The list of questions can be found here.

Where do I upload the Video?

Teams are not required to upload the Video. Teams must bring a video to the events where they are submitting for the Chairman's Award. Detailed information about the Video Submission can be found here.

How do I appoint a person to be the submitter?

Step-by-step instructions will be available soon.

Where do I submit for the award?

This is a several step process. First, the team must submit the Chairman's Essays. This is done by a Youth Team Member who has been appointed as an Awards Submitter. See above answer.

Once the essays are submitted, teams need to prepare a Presentation for the Judges. This Presentation should be no longer than seven (7) minutes, including set-up time. No more than three (3) Youth Team Members are allowed in the Presentation. More specific information can be found here.

Teams also need to create a video that summarizes the activities that the team has accomplished to deserve the Chairman's Award. This video is shown should the team win the Chairman's Award at an event. Teams must bring a copy of the video to the event where the team is submitting for the Chairman's Award. Teams will also need to fill out the Chairman's Award Video Consent & Release Form.

Where can I find more help?

Teams can find more resources for the Chairman's Award here, including examples of presentations, videos, and essays from past winners.