Another amazing challenge will be revealed and the FIRST Tech Challenge 2017-2018 season game will be our most incredible game yet. Register your team today! Mark your calendars for the official 2017-2018 FIRST RELIC RECOVERYSM Presented by Qualcomm Season Kickoff and game reveal on Saturday, September 9, 2017. Click here to learn about nuts and bolts of starting and running a team– cost, registration and team grants.
This message to old and new FIRST Tech Challenge teams comes directly from Ken Johnson, FTC program director:
Through generous donations, need-based grants are available for both rookie and veteran FIRST® Tech Challenge teams – making now the perfect time to join our community of passionate learners.
Rookie (new) teams can apply for a $275 registration grant, and another $275 to help pay for materials. Existing teams can apply to receive a $275 registration grant to cover the full cost of the season registration. Simply click here, or on the button below, and follow the instructions to apply:
Remember: No prior experience with robotics is necessary to start a team. Learn more about FIRST Tech Challenge, and register your team today!
When you click the button, you’ll see FSR friend and PA Tech Challenge director, Tom Zawislak, too!
Last FLL competition season’s Animal Allies challenge brought Delaware students together to create impressive solutions to real problems… also requiring them to work together to build amazing, graciously professional teams. Teams— you inspired each other as well as the judges and referees.
Before we all get into the next challenge, here’s a look back on some of the fun times, great spirit and awesome costumes- including photos from the first-ever qualifier event at Delaware Boys and Girls Club in Dover and the exciting state championship at Delaware State University. Enjoy!