Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
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VRC Promote Award Online Challenge

The Promote Award is presented to a VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) or VEX U team that has created and submitted an outstanding promotional video. The goal of this video is to help the team introduce itself in the community, to help recruit new students and mentors, and to gain support for the team. This video may be about the team, the program, the competition, the design and build process, the robot itself, or any theme the team believes can help promote its VEX Robotics program in their community.


Sweetch 1119: Making a change in the world


We decided to choose this topic for the video because we have noticed that recently there has been a lot of problems like war, discrimination, terrorism, pollution, and it does not only affect some countries but the hole humanity. We think that by doing robotics and being part of the VEX experience, we can really change the world. Mainly because we are thousands of teams all around the world and by sharing different ideas, knowledge and by working in team, we won't only innovate technology, but we will also offer a better life quality to everyone.

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6403F Promote Challenge


Our promotion video

We're a team from Ohio, and we've currently done one competition. Most of us it's our first year, and we're just trying to do well. Not anything crazy, but do decently. 

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6838C Presents...The Night Before Robotics

This year team Major Trouble Proudly Presents to You...The Night before Robotics.



The Night before robotics is a fun little poem our team wrote as a parody to the popular Christmas poem "The Night Before Christmas." We hope you enjoy wathching our video and have as much fun watching it as we did making it.

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Next for VEX


This video is a showcase of our team's most recent victory at the State Championships as a winning alliance for VEX EDR.

Since it was the team's first year in the competition, we are very excited to go to the Nationals in Victoria with the possibility of making the World Championships in 2018.

We have created a video interviewing the four team members (Luna Doan, Nick Taylor, Matthew Walker, Alissa Goodsell-Kelso) asking specific questions:

Why did you take up Robotics?

What have you learned in your time doing Robotics?