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Bring a robot to the library, host a demo at a university, or organize a robot convention. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your community. If you hosted an event in 2020, tell us about your event.
Combining the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology, this is the ultimate Sport for the Mind. Watch as student-built-robots compete in the 2017 challenge entitled FIRST STEAMWORKS. How does it work? Each January, high school teams receive a Kit of Parts comprised of donated items and components worth tens of thousands of dollars. With limited instructions and working with adult Mentors, students have just six (6) weeks to collaboratively design, build, program and test their robots to meet each season's new engineering challenge. Once these young investors build their robot, the team competes in regional/district events that measure the effectiveness of the robot, the power of collaboration and the determination of students. Teams vie for awards and a spot at the FIRST Championship in St. Louis, MO where the best-of-the-best come together in late April. College scholarships top some $30+ million annually.
PNW District - Lake Oswego Event website
FIRST Robotics Competition
2501 Country Club Rd
The Explorers 351 robotics is an FLL like STEM program taught by the First team #2733 Pigmice from Cleveland high school.This all girls career focused BSA group will be lead by the Pigmice Outreach team for 4 week. The Pigmice will give the Explorers 351 and troop 351 a demonstration of their First robot in addition to giving them a tour of the workshop and showing them the basics of cad and programming.
Explorers 351 Robotics website
3400 SE 43rd Ave
The MATE ROV competition is about student learning. It is designed to be an event that challenges students to apply the physics, math, electronics, and engineering skills they are learning in the classroom to solving problems from the marine workplace. Mentors (teachers, parents, working professionals) are expected to limit their input to educational and inspirational roles and encouraged to focus on the benefits of the learning process and not simply on “winning” the competition.
MATE Oregon Regional Competition website
MATE Newport, Oregon
2150 NE Oar Pl
Robofest is a festival of competitions and events with autonomous robots that encourages students to have fun while learning principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Computer Science. Students design, construct, and program the robots. Any robotics kits are allowed in the construction of robots. Robots can be programmed with any programming language. Robofest programs support Computer Science for All.
Robofest at Beaverton website
Building 58, 2540 SW Alan Blumlein Way
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