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Transcript: There's 200 scholarship providers and $30 million in available scholarships. FLL stands for FIRST® LEGO® League; FTC stands for FIRST Tech Challenge. 1998: FIRST and LEGO® join forces to create a junior robotics program 2005: FIRST Tech Challenge is introduced http://tinyurl.com/z75apnj 1996: Initial FIRST Scholarship set up by Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2007: U.S. President George W. Bush honors FIRST teams at White House 2013: FRC teams kick off the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Dean Kamen's vision, “To create a world where science and technology are celebrated. Where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes” General History and Facts (Quote from FIRST Website); "FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology." Competition Logos Top 5 Countries With The Most Teams USA - 2,682 teams Canada - 206 teams Israel - 62 teams Mexico - 53 teams Australia - 39 teams Katie Carroll Bibliography Waukesha School District Robotics Team: CORE 2062 Why It Was Founded 1992: Maize Craze (First Competition) One Reginal Held at a High School in New Hampshire 28 Teams FIRST Robotics Impact of FIRST "FIRST Robotics Competition." Wikipedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Sept. 2016. "Home | FIRST." Home | FIRST. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Sept. 2016. FRCTeamsGlobal. "FIRST - Breaking the Mold." YouTube. YouTube, 27 June 2013. Web. 13 Sept. 2016. "FRC- FIRST Robotics Competition." CORE 2062. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Sept. 2016. Vision of FIRST 2016: FIRST Stronghold (Latest Competition) 53 Regionals Championship held at The Dome at America's Center, St Louis, Missouri 3,128 Teams How Much the Competitions Have Changed FLL & FTC More History Founders: Dean Kamen and Woodie Flowers Founded in 1989 1992: First competition FRC challenges students to design, fabricate, and build a robot in six weeks FIRST: For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (25 Countries Total; 3,128 Teams Total)

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Transcript: About For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics program for 1st-12th grade FIRST Types of FIRST FLL Jr - Elementary School FLL - Elementary/Middle School FTC - Middle/High School FRC - High School Grade Specific FLL Science/Robotics competition for Elementary/Middle Schoolers 22,683 Teams worldwide 375 teams In San Diego County 10 students Lego Mindstorms, simulated real world problem Research project paired with bot FIRST Lego League FTC Middle/High School Max 15 students 4696 Teams Worldwide 60 San Diego Teams FIRST Tech Challege Boys and Girls Club/Linda Vista Teen Center Went to World Championships in 2015 Likely have to be Boys and Girls Club member Shows that there are teams everywhere 5229 - Dragons FRC Largest Competition High School Only Large scale Robots At least 10 members, no max size Around 4454 teams worldwide About 44 in San Diego County FIRST Robotics Competition Kearny High School Team 2015 Regional Champions Inland Empire Regional First competed in 2005 Creativity award 2007, 2012 Industrial Design award 2008 Excellence In Engineering Award 2011 FRC Judges Award 2012 Actively recruiting high schoolers, anyone can join 1572 - HammerHeads Vice President 2012-2013 President 2013-2014 Highest Rookie Seed 2013 - Made semifinals Regional Champions 2014 - Traveled to World Championships St. Louis 4583 - Robosaurus Interested? Look at school attending next year, ask if they have a Robotics team Check School website attending next year https://www.firstinspires.org/team-event-search Robots use programming with same basic ideas as Scratch How to find a team: Customize the Template

FIRST Robotics

Transcript: Our School New Events Eighth Grade Move Up Night Raytheon Integrated Systems BAE Systems Family and Employee BBQs NH High Tech Council @FIRST HQ Fourth of July Parade Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast Town Halloween Party Police Open House Merrimack Business Expo Pasta Dinner 2016 Season Without the Merrimack School District, Chop Shop would likely not exist. Merrimack High School provides us with storage space, 2 workshops, a practice room, funding for travel/registration, and a flexible practice and gym rental schedule. Furthermore, Merrimack Middle School also hosts our lego camp (which is still looking for more campers this for this summer)! We would like to extend a huge thank you to this amazing school and district for truly embracing STEM education and empowering our students to compete at an international level. Chop Shop will continue to give back to the district in every way possible! Using data from Championships at St. Louis we found the following statistics: Ranked #56 in the world Top 1.8% of all 3,128 FIRST teams UNH District Event (March 24-26) Chairman’s Award Quarterfinalists- 6th seed alliance Pinetree District Event (April 7-9) Quality Award Finalists-2nd seed alliance New England District Championship (April 13-16) Imagery Award Quarterfinalists - 8th seed alliance World Championship (April 25-29) Quarterfinalists -1st seed alliance Pit Safety Award Best Buy BAE Systems PTC Raytheon Avid Thermalloy The Bull Family Monetary Sponsors We build robots! Every year FIRST releases a challenge theme and a different robot game. We completely build a competitive robot in six weeks to meet the challenges of each game. However, Chop Shop is about more than robots; we create a Chairman’s presentation every year, which describes our community impact and outreach. Being part of an FRC team allows you to grow whatever interest or passion you have, and share it with everyone! Build-a-Bike Adopt-a-Road Backpack Program Operation Santa Cards for Soldiers FIRST Robotics Team 166 Chop Shop Service Providing Sponsors Charities Revived Event Video of our robot! Future Education and Careers: 1 Navy 1 Human Services -NCC 7 major in STEM at prestigious schools -Carnegie Mellon -Georgia Tech -WPI -BYU -Wentworth -NHTI Accomplishments 1 started his own business, ChemiCube 3 Eagle Scouts Team Future Plans Informational video on our robot's capabilities Each year FIRST issues a robot challenge. Teams are given six weeks to complete a robot to overcome the challenges each game provides. This year's challenge was FIRST Stronghold which involved crossing various obstacles and shooting boulders (10" diameter foam balls) into goals. In addition to the robot game, teams compete for the Chairman's Award. This is the most prestigious award in FIRST. The team which wins this award has had the greatest measurable impact on their community. It is a great honor to win this award. FRC is one of the four divisions of FIRST. FIRST stands for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology and heavily emphasizes the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), business, leadership, animation, and effective communication skills. FRC focuses on helping high school students develop these skills through a robot game and a competition for the Chairman's Award. Merrimack High School's robotics team, Chop Shop 166, is an FRC team. We actively market ourselves and contribute to STEM outreach all year, but we heavily emphasize the first two months of the calendar year as we prepare for each year's robot game. Thank You to Merrimack School District! RH Murphy Inc. Rapid Sheetmetal ColorCo RightPath Companies LLC. Physicians Resources LTD. B&K Industrial Finishing Inc. EmbroidMe Chop Shop has very close ties to the FIRST organization. This year, we created a map of every FRC team location in the world, ran a FIRST Lego League (FLL) qualifying event, and hosted Week Zero, a competition where FIRST tests the field for that year's game. Our team understands that our organization's impact on a community is not derived exclusively from the robot we build. Every year we travel around the Merrimack area performing robot demonstrations, attending and hosting events, participating in charities, and running fundraisers to spread the message of FIRST and contribute to our community. Starting new FTC teams Chop Talk Girl Scout Science Fair Robot Game and Chairman's Award In our school we have been able to make large improvements to the current engineering and science cultures. We added new machinery in the school's shop, purchased new technology that enables us to spread STEM, and even inspired three new classes in the curriculum so that anyone in the school can learn about engineering and science. Our school allowed us to visit various freshman classes to recruit students and inspire them in STEM and business. SPONSORS Our Involvement With FIRST Cardboard Boat Regatta Demonstrations Sponsor/FIRST Demos What is the FIRST

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Transcript: Leadership Don't forget buttons Elimination Rounds Wednesday: Drop off robot and pits (no working) Thursday: Practice Set up pits Robot inspection Practice matches Registration (STIMS List) Friday: Qualification Matches 3 vs. 3 round robin qualification matches Judges come around Award Ceremony Saturday: Qualification and Elimination Morning: Qualification Matches Before Lunch: Picking alliances After Lunch: Elimination Rounds Award Ceremony How to be Successful Team Communication FIRST Ecosystem Gracious Professionalism Team sustainability can be achieved by the entire team working together Fundraising Learn from mistakes Takes time and experience to become a stable team ex. Team 772 has been around for 13 years For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Founded in 1989 by inventor of the Segway, Dean Kamen Teams consist of professional mentors and students 3000 FRC teams, 1000's of FTC and FLL teams, 300 000+ Students involved Teams from Canada, United States, Brazil, Mexico, etc. FIRST National Adviser, Dr. Woodie Flowers, developed the term Way of doing things that encourages high-quality work, emphasizes the value of others, and respects individuals and the community FRC is one o the few areas where students are taught to work with other teams and cooperate rather than to win at all costs Ex. Western Canadian Regional Behaviour of Team, Parents, etc reflects on team Competitions It is helpful to establish section leaders in order to create a well functioning team It is important for leaders to teach and mentor newer members rather than completing tasks themselves Students should take leadership on team tasks instead of mentors completing the work FIRST Robotics Schedule The 3 teams on the winning alliance Chairman's award winning team Engineering Inspiration award winning team Rookie Inspiration award winning team Wild Cards Sustainability Picking Alliances Top 8 teams after qualification matches pick 2 other teams to join their alliance At the end there will be 8 alliances of 3 teams SCOUT! Other teams will scout in pits by asking about your robot Eliminations Best 2 out of 3 8th place plays 1st place alliance, 7th plays 2nd place and so on... FIRST Robotics Who Qualifies for Worlds 13 FRC teams, 24 FLL teams, 4 Jr. FLL Teams in Windsor-Essex County and we all have one vision All teams are here to support each other Only competing on the field Windsor Essex FIRST Students Member Page on Facebook Let us know if you need help! Team Communication is a vital element to ensure team sustainability It is important for all sections to communicate with each other and their mentors ex. Mechanical, Electrical, and Programming to make sure the robot functions properly

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