RESOURCE LIBRARY

Event Preference System

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Sep. 19 2017

Information regarding preference system for FIRST Robotics Competition event assignments

Master of Ceremonies (Emcee)

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Jul. 25 2017

The Master of Ceremonies (aka MC or Emcee) is the individual primarily responsible for setting the tone of the competition. He/she creates and sustains an exciting and fun atmosphere throughout the event; embodies the spirit of FIRST and is the consummate FIRST ambassador. 

Rules & Expectations for FIRST Robotics Competition Events

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Nov. 23 2016

Wonder what it's like to attend a FIRST Robotics Competition event? All the details you need are here. If you have questions, please contact us at firstroboticscompetition@firstinspires.org.

Robot Transportation

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Nov. 16 2016

Information about Robot Transportation, including information for International Teams and Robot Transportation Exemptions.

2017 District and Regional Teams

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Oct. 03 2016

Wondering if your Team competes in the District or Regional Model? Find out here!

Judging Rubrics

Content Type: FIRST LEGO League
Aug. 10 2016

Criteria judges use at official events to evaluate FIRST LEGO League teams on their Project, Core Values and Robot Design.

What to Bring to an Event

Content Type: FIRST LEGO League
Jul. 18 2016

Recommended items to bring to an event. Check with your Tournament Director for region-specific requirements.

FIRST Tech Challenge Volunteer Resources

Content Type: FIRST Tech Challenge
Jul. 05 2016

Resources for FIRST Tech Challenge Volunteer training and development

Field Assembly and Disassembly

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Feb. 04 2016

Field Assembly and Disassembly volunteers for FIRST Robotics Competition assist with assembly of the competition playing field and the practice field on event set-up day, and/or disassembly on event break-down day.

Crowd Control

Content Type: FIRST Robotics Competition
Feb. 04 2016

Crowd Control for FIRST Robotics Competition is a physically active position that requires facilitating smooth pedestrian traffic flow throughout the facility, monitoring the audience, and keeping walkways and aisles clear.