VRC Promote Award Online Challenge Sponsored by VEX Robotics
The Promote Award is presented to a VEX Robotics Competition team that created and submitted an outstanding VRC promotional video. This video promotes the team in the community to recruit new students, mentors, and support.
This is your big chance to tell us how great is your team! Be creative and have fun making a video which shows one or more of these parts of building VRC robots:
- Why other youth would love building robots and should start a team or join your team.
- What your team does.
- How you design and build your robot.
- What you learn from the VEX Robotics Competition.
You will see the rules for the challenge below, but the most important thing is to get people excited about your team!
In Wenatchee, WA, people who work in STEM make a huge difference in the way the community functions. For students who want to have an impactful career in the future, STEM jobs are opportunities to change the world. A perfect way to follow a career path in STEM is starting with VEX Robotics.
Our team, Jack in the Cube, would like to share the impact that VEX has had on our career ideas for the future. We would like to show the amazing experiences that VEX Robotics has given us.
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5760A is an all-girls team that inspires, promotes, and encourages young girls to take part in the Robotics and other STEM fields. In our northern isolated community, our industries are dominated by STEM and it is important for young girls to have role models in this field so they feel empowered to take part in it themselves. 5760A wants to lead the way for other young women and girls who want to take part in STEM and Robotics but don't have the chance because they feel intimidated to join a field so dominated by men.
7984A is the first time going to Japan for attend ASIJ VEX Robotics Challenge 2019. We are last minute note that we are able to join the competition. We all learning each other team. The most important thing is making friends with Japan team, Taiwan Team, USA Team and China Team. We all enjoy all the matches. Through each match, each challenge. We grow a little stronger, and become a little better. But in the end, we achieved results we never expected to get a Robot Skills Champion. Once agin, thanks for all ASIJ giving this opportunity for us to having a wondering experiences during the...
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Hello, this is the promote award online challenge for 1757A! This is our first time doing any online challenge and we wanted to show that robotics is much more than just the competition and technology, and rather the human interaction and caring community that supports it. While the members of our team are constantly learning and developing our skills for the future, the effect that our tight-knit group has is immeasurable. Many have come to our program from bad home lives with no educational plan and have ended up going to college for majors like engineering because of VEX and our...
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Team 6986C uses the E.D.P (Engineering Design Process), a problem solving tool to come up with the best possible solution. The process is not linear and a series of steps are repeated over and over until we reach the results we want. The steps of the design cycles are:
- Define Problem
- Generate Concepts
- Design or Develop Solution
- Build and Test
- Evaluate Solution
- Present Solution
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A good day begins with a beautiful mood which comes from great things. What are great things? It is scrupulous about every detail and a dream
that has never been given up. In fact, maybe just a game is enough to make our life brilliant. During the time of chasing dreams. We are never alone. The team is consisted of young people with different ages and personalities who love robots. And new individuals are constantly integrated into us. We go through common hardship and enjoy the same honor. As for being future teachers the VEX robot competition is the opportunity for us to let...
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Team 4154X U.S.S.R. From Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, presents our 2019-2020 Season Promote Award Video, "Our Competition". In this video, the team shows how VRC provides a unique way of fufilling the competitive drives of students, whilst also teaching them the engineering design process at the same time.