Team Leaders, a new opportunity to hear from actual STEM professionals and a substantial update on GRIP.
The Robettes, Team 2177, are hosting an all day training session, Girls in Robotics Improving Performance (GRIP!). The hands-on training event is on Saturday, Nov 11. Because of the generous support of a new sponsor, the event is now free for all attendees. The event is aimed specifically at girls that want to improve their technical abilities and gain new skills they can take back to their team. The three tracks (Mechanical, Electrical, and Programming) allow them to focus on the area of their team they want to have the biggest impact in.GRIP Workshop Flyer
STEM in Action
Team 2220 would like to invite the MN FIRST teams, including coaches/mentors, to attend Stem In Action Day hosted by Thomson Reuters and Eagan High School FIRST Robotics Team 2220 on Friday, November 10th, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm at 610 Opperman Drive, Eagan, MN.
Stem In Action Day will feature 12 stem professionals from different STEM fields presenting, giving demos, and hands on experience for 4 main tracks (Artificial Intelligence, Startups, Careers,. and Cool Tech). The goal is to give high school students from a variety of backgrounds an opportunity to see and generate interest in a wide range of stem careers.
Transportation to/from the event will need to be provided by your team.
Lunch will be provided at no cost.
The event itself is free.
Space is limited, please respond promptly via e-mail to email@example.com with the list of team members and any coaches/mentors that will be attending no later than Tuesday, November 6th. This list will be used to admit your team into the Eagan Thomson Reuters Facilities from a security perspective.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dave.
Chairman, MN FIRST Regional Planning Committee