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 this video, Team 8931R exemplifies how we work together to help improve our VEX community. We make it our goal to always work as a team to include others in club and to help guide teammate to victory. We are excited for you to see how our teamwork, enginieering skills, and enthusiasm in STEM helps promote VEX robotics and this amazing program!
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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This video promotes the team 2250C building their robot. As a team we search for the problems, look for solutions, ideate, design and construct. Everyone works on the robot because together we are better. The team 2250C always has their mentor and he helps too. This team is ready for the competitions and to achieve more goals!
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.
We are a diverse team of students striving towards victory. Enabled by our unique perspectives and high energy, we have fun at competitions regardless of our final performance. Using our differences, we have been able to work through all the stages of VEX; planning, designing, coding, building, driving and winning energy awards. Our enthusiasm is our key!
At Father Mercredi Community High School, we value nurturing creative minds. With VEX Robotics Competitions, students manouevere through challenging tasks in an exciting and fun way. Whether it be in building, design, leadership, or programming, VEX robotics competitions prepare students for their future in ever-growing STEM fields.
We are 5760E, a group of girls who've overcome challenges presented by the VEX competitions. We build robots around efficiency and completing the task as best fit. We use these experiences to learn about planning, building and problem solving!
We are 5760B. We see the VEX competitions as an opportunity to gain experience. Robotics and STEM are growing fields, and we embrace the challenges presented to enhance our skills in areas such as leadership, planning, building, and troubleshooting.
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...
Our Eagle’s Legend 2290A team has decided to participate in the Promote Award category of the online challenge. Our participation is inspired on the desire to promote our trajectory and evolution in robotics. Robotics is and has been, an integral influence on our academic performance as well as our social abilities and emotional intelligence and security. We aim to serve and provide inspiration to others, showing them how teamwork and hard work has taken us to outstanding performances in robotics competitions.
"In this debut film by the RoboTurtles, the team presents a comedic yet poignant view of their favorite aspects of the VEX competition. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. This film is what this generation needs. A must-see for all ages." - Some critics probably
Apex Robotics is not just a team, but a program created and maintained to promote engineering and robotics to the school and to the community. We build robots to compete and go out to events to help teach students how to do what we do and to share our greatest passion.