FIRST – Robotics Team Challenge
Team 733, Firebirds
Team 708, Hatters
Team 272, Cyber Crusaders
Team 321, RoboLancers
2:30pm–3:30pm | Tuesday, September 27 at the Power Café
Don’t miss this epic, live challenge featuring four local FIRST robotics teams. Hosted by Comcast and SCTE/ISBE, and MC’d by FIRST’s Blair Hundertmark, this event and is brought to you through SCTE/ISBE’s partnership with FIRST and initiative to further STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Be inspired and learn how you can get involved to supporting future technology leaders. The FIRST Robotics Competition is focused on grades 9-12 and is the final of four K-12 FIRST programs that allows students to apply for over $25 million in college scholarships. Get involved through opportunities to sponsor, support, volunteer, and mentor tomorrow’s tech leaders.
The teams will show off their skills via a live exhibition of their robots navigating the FIRST STRONGHOLDSM field. Watch as each team shows off their robots capturing the tower! This event is emcee’d by FIRST’s Blair Hundertmark and is brought to you through SCTE/ISBE’s partnership and initiative to further STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
Learn more about FIRST the SCTE Foundation’s FIRST Scholarship, and these dynamic student teams.
This event is hosted by:
Senior Vice President, Group Technical Advisor, Comcast Cable
Director, Marketing Operations and Business Development, SCTE/ISBE
MC’d by: Blair Hundertmark
Veteran FIRST Game Announcer and MC Extraordinaire
CONGRATULATIONS! 2016 Grant Recipient for FIRST: TEAM 272, CYBER CRUSADERS!
To support fundraising efforts of high school robotics clubs and groups where sons and daughters of SCTE/ISBE members are involved, the SCTE Foundation awards a quarterly grant to an active high school FIRST team nominated by an SCTE/ISBE member.
FIRST grants are limited to high school students who are involved in school related robotics clubs or organizations. These clubs and organizations must have the intention of inspiring students to pursue higher education and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Nomination Eligibility: At least one member of the group must have a parent who is an SCTE/ISBE member in good standing. Submitting a grant application does not guarantee funding for your team. Learn more at foundation.scte.org
Get Involved. Be inspired.
The FIRST Robotics Competition is focused on grades 9-12 and the final in a series of four K-12 FIRST programs that allows students to apply for over $25 million in college scholarships. Join the fun—sponsor, support, volunteer, and mentor tomorrow’s tech leaders. Visit firstinspires.org and scte.org/STEM