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  1. Young Changemakers on Creating the STEM Educators of Tomorrow

    to school, we wanted to share some inspiring words from Kell Robotics, a FIRST Robotics Competition team ... Championship in Houston. Two of Kell Robotics’ student leaders, Mackenzie Sicard and Danielle Newman, spoke ... be easy, but this was not so. Under the guidance of our amazing FIRST mentors, Kell Robotics has had some ...

    bcox - 09/26/2018 - 3:22pm

  2. How Our Mentors Help Us See Ourselves in STEM

    the FemSTEM Robotics Scholarship Program, a free STEM program for Muslim girls aged 10 to 14. In 2016, Siyed ... was fed up with never seeing girls—especially Muslim girls like herself—competing in the robotics ... no robotics experience. Their goal was to build a robot designed to solve a real-life problem as part ...

    bcox - 12/18/2018 - 2:20pm

  3. How One Teacher Guided His Students to Give Back with a Design Thinking Challenge

        SFROBOTICS students with Vivian’s robot (Photo by Jennifer Kresse) Peter Graven, ... the robotics program for his school district. Inspired to engage his students to be innovators who ignite ... Could the students build a robotic medical cart? They accepted the challenge, naming it “Project ...

    bcox - 03/20/2018 - 9:27am

  4. My career path started with FIRST

    FIRST ® alum Joe Polin was part of FIRST ® Robotics Competition Team 1308 in Cleveland, Ohio—the ... Vision and AI arm. Along the way, he’s learned a few lessons about robotics, risk-taking, mentoring, ... premiere robotics labs, centered around highly agile aerial robots. This ultimately became a stepping stone ...

    bcox - 03/06/2019 - 10:58am

  5. FIRST is a family affair

    Robotics Competition Team 527 “Plainedge Red Dragons,” and Robert, from FIRST Robotics Competition Team 871 ... Robotics Competition Team 270 in 1998. Later Robert and his sister both became members of FIRST Robotics ... Competition Team 871. Amanda joined FIRST Robotics Competition Team 527 at the start high school. Both Amanda ...

    bcox - 01/02/2019 - 8:59am

  6. I create innovative automated solutions as a software developer

    FIRST ® alum Michael Hodson nurtured his interest in robotics and automation as a programmer ... to advance technology in the agriculture sector. “The time I spent at robotics meetings really helped cement ... to my interest in robotics and automation. We did well my first year, and I learned a lot. I was able ...

    bcox - 02/07/2019 - 10:32am

  7. I’m still learning new job skills as a FIRST mentor

    FIRST Alum Rachel Clark was a founding member of Minnesota’s first all-girls FIRST Robotics ... Strategic Partner 3M. “Even though I am a mentor now, I still learn at robotics and can apply what I am ... this program called FIRST Robotics Competition that I ever gave engineering any thought. FIRST sounded like ...

    bcox - 11/09/2018 - 4:13pm

  8. FIRST is an unforgettable experience for future engineers

    FIRST Alum Matt Kallerud is from FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1714 “MORE Robotics ...

    bcox - 06/14/2018 - 11:01am

  9. Creating STEM Engagement Opportunities for Tomorrow’s Workforce

    and technology through hands-on robotics competitions for grades K-12—complete with cheering crowds, adrenaline ... why robotics is the ideal gateway sport for budding innovators and how educators can get ... are very much about putting inspiration in front of education. Robotics competitions have the same thrills ...

    bcox - 04/07/2019 - 10:34pm

  10. How to Encourage Youth to Pursue Manufacturing, Middle-Skills Careers

        Students work on their robot in the FIRST Tech Challenge pits at FIRST Championship. Editor’s ... Note: This article originally appeared on Industry Today. Internet of Things. Advanced robotics ... tuition costs can make them prohibitive for many. High school students work on their robot in the FIRST ...

    bcox - 05/29/2019 - 8:53am