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secret millionaire FIRST presentation

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F
or
I
nspiration and
R
ecognition of
S
cience and
T
echnology

Dean Kamen
Founder of FIRST
A brilliant inventor holding over 440 patents and a tirless advocate for science and technology, Dean Kamen's passion for innovation
FTC
FRC
FLL
jr.FLL
electrical/wiring
programming
business
web design
mechanics
skills you can learn by joining FIRST
Especially
FIRST is a nonprofit organization founded by inventor Dean Kamen in 1992 that provides robotics programs for youth of all ages in areas across the world.
Prezi Checklist:
What is FIRST? intro vid
FIRST mission
Gracious Professionalism; Coopertition
FIRST offers robotics programs (what they are, benefits, etc.) How it is helpful to society.
Another FIRST vid

FIRST LEGO League
"Our mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership."
jr. FIRST LEGO league
FIRST tech challenge
Gracious Professionalism®
Coopertition®
FIRST robotics competition
Engage in team activities guided by Jr.FLL Core Values
Introduction to science and technology
Design and build challenge-related model using LEGO® components
Create a Show-Me poster and practice presentation skills
Explore challenges facing today’s scientists
Discover real-world math and science
Become involved in their local and global community
Create innovative solutions to challenges facing today’s scientists
Strategize, design, build, program and test an autonomous robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology
Apply real-world math and science concepts
Develop career and life skills
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 Qualify for >$11 million in scholarships
Head-to-head competition using sports model 
Teams design,principles  build, program robots based on sound engineering
Platform is reusable from year-to-year
Develop strategic problem-solving, organization, and team-building skills  
Awards for competition, community outreach, design 
Qualify for >$16 million in scholarships
Varsity Sport for the Mind 
Strict rules, limited resources, time limits 
Students mentored by professional engineers
Teams learn, use sophisticated hardware and software
Build and compete with robots of their own design  
2013
2012
Resources
http://www.usfirst.org/
2011
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FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC®):
2013 Season
2,548 teams
50,960 high-school-age students
15 or more students per team
58 Regionals; 1 State Championship; 1 Region Championship; 17 District Competitions; 1 FRC Championship
16 countries

Coopertition is displaying unqualified kindness and respect in the face of fierce competition. Coopertition is founded on the concept and a philosophy that teams can and should help and cooperate with each other even as they compete.
With Gracious Professionalism, fierce competition and mutual gain are not separate notions. Gracious professionals learn and compete like crazy, but treat one another with respect and kindness in the process. They avoid treating anyone like losers. No chest thumping tough talk, but no sticky-sweet platitudes either. Knowledge, competition, and empathy are comfortably blended.
Why is FIRST so important?
FIRST inspires youth to become the science and technology leaders of the future. The growing world needs the brilliant minds FIRST cultivates, the minds that one day will solve many of our world's problems.
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Created by Devon Johnson & Justin Underland
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