Team Dave held its inaugural Lego Robotics Camp during the week of July 28 – August 1, 2014. 38 children between the ages of 5 and 12 were split into 3 groups: Lego Builders for the little ones, Lego We Do for Grade 1-3 and Lego NXT for the older group. During the camp all 3 groups built robots and
Registration is now open in Canada. Click here to register your team today! The 2014-2015 challenge was released on August 26th, 12:00 pm ET. What is the future of learning? FIRST® LEGO® League teams will find the answers. In the 2014 FLL World Class℠ Challenge, over 230,000 children ages 9 to 14 from over 70 countries will redesign how we gather knowledge and
US FIRST enhanced their Youth Protection Program Find out what FIRST is doing to help keep FIRST participants safe. Check back often for additional training and announcements and take a look at this page for more information on FIRST’s Youth Protection Plan.
Some of the brightest high school engineering minds from North America are competing at UOIT and Durham College’s international robotics competition. Studio 12′s Rita Nave has more on the “mechanical” showdown. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNcGwkB4wQs[/youtube] Click here to check out the original video.
To help expand FIRST programs in Canada please text “STEM” to 45678 to make a one-time donation of $10. You never know the kind of impact that being involved in a program like FIRST can have on a student and any small amount of support can help make a difference!
FIRST Robotics Canada officially has $150,000 available in scholarships for high school students participating in FRC. With scholarships from University of Ontario Institute of Technology, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, York University, Carleton University, Nipissing University, Western University, Queen’s University, the University of Windsor, and more universities coming on board, there are lots of opportunities for financial support so