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Canton High School 900 Washington St, Canton, MA

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7:00 Doors open for Volunteers
7:30 Doors open for Teams
5:30 End

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Canton High School 900 Washington St, Canton, MA

This event is not open to the public
7:00 Doors open for Volunteers
7:30 Doors open for Teams
5:30 End

CAD and Design for FTC

Come and learn how to design and CAD robots for FIRST Tech Challenge. During our two-week camp, learn AutoDesk Fusion 360 as you design, 3D model, and then build solutions to robot challenges. The intent of this camp is to prepare campers for roles on robotics teams by giving them hands-on experience tackling fun challenges. This camp teaches specific skills needed to 3D design as a part of a FIRST Tech Challenge team, but is also fun and valuable by itself. Space is limited. Taught by: Waring Robotics Summer camps are staffed by alumni and current members of Wolfpack Machina, Waring’s varsity FTC team. Wolfpack Machina holds the world record high score for the FTC, Ultimate Goal (2020-2021) season. It’s members also hold the world record high score for the City Shaper season of FLL (2019-2020). They love robotics and are passionate about sharing it.

Java for FTC

During our three-week camp campers will learn how to program in Java and use Java to control a FIRST Tech Challenge robot. By the end of the 3 weeks, campers will program the robots to both move autonomously, based on sensor input, as well as to operate based on input from a remote control. To participate in this camp, campers must complete Learn Java (from Codecademy), a free programming course before the first day of the camp. This preparatory work could take 15-20 hours, depending on experience level, so please plan ahead. This camp teaches specific skills needed to program as a part of a FIRST Tech Challenge team, but is also fun and valuable by itself. Space is limited. Taught by: Waring Robotics Summer camps are staffed by alumni and current members of Wolfpack Machina, Waring’s varsity FTC team. Wolfpack Machina holds the world record high score for the FTC, Ultimate Goal (2020-2021) season. It’s members also hold the world record high score for the City Shaper season of FLL (2019-2020). They love robotics and are passionate about sharing

Building & Programming for FLL

The Brookline High School robotics team, the BBoTs, is working with Brookline Adult Education to offer 4 one-week, half day, robotics camp sessions this July & August. There are two half day camps. The morning sessions is for ages 7-10 and the afternoon is for ages 11-13. See the link below to find out more and sign up.

Building & Programming for FLL

The Brookline High School robotics team, the BBoTs, is working with Brookline Adult Education to offer 4 one-week, half day, robotics camp sessions this July & August. There are two half day camps. The morning sessions is for ages 7-10 and the afternoon is for ages 11-13. See the link below to find out more and sign up.

Building & Programming for FLL

The Brookline High School robotics team, the BBoTs, is working with Brookline Adult Education to offer 4 one-week, half day, robotics camp sessions this July & August. There are two half day camps. The morning sessions is for ages 7-10 and the afternoon is for ages 11-13. See the link below to find out more and sign up.

Building & Programming for FLL

The Brookline High School robotics team, the BBoTs, is working with Brookline Adult Education to offer 4 one-week, half day, robotics camp sessions this July & August. There are two half day camps. The morning sessions is for ages 7-10 and the afternoon is for ages 11-13. See the link below to find out more and sign up.

Robot In 2 Weeks Challenge

Thank you to all who have responded.   Registration is now closed but if your team is interested in coming to the event to watch, please contact the event hosts at ftc19397sdg@gmail.com.

Girls in Engineering and Robotics Symposium (GEARS)

The Andover Robotics Club is proud to host the first Girls in Engineering and Robotics Symposium (GEARS) on October 1st, 2022 at Andover High School, open to all FTC participants in gender minorities. This event gives the girls of FTC teams an opportunity to meet, network, and learn. BUT you have to REGISTER to attend – and you have to register by Sept 25th!              No fee to attend, and Lunch is provided! Register to attend here: https://forms.gle/d5Rww8F4jQizWNP88 This event will consist of 4 tracks  More info can be found on the FLYER, as well as here: https://www.andoverrobotics.com/gears) Role Models Examples of women in careers in Engineering and Robotics and the paths they took to achieve their success? The Next Step Choosing colleges, undergraduate vs graduate degrees Technical Workshops: Building the FTC robot – some skills that would be useful Examples: Soldering, linear slides, public speaking Celebrating being a GEAR (What does being a girl add to your team? ) How to brag about your accomplishments and building an all girls FTC team We are building a great schedule of professionals – and more are adding every day. You’ll want to be here – the place to meet and greet other FTC members in gender minorities. BUT   Sept 25th is the LAST day to register.  https://forms.gle/d5Rww8F4jQizWNP88