VRC and VEX U Community Online Challenge Sponsored by Google
Google.org uses its resources to help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges, combining funding, innovation, and technical expertise to support underserved communities and provide opportunity for everyone. Entries for this online challenge will highlight ways VRC and VEX U teams use their resources and VEX Robotics expertise to help or support their local communities.
Show us the ways your team makes meaningful impacts on problems or needs in your community. Your video should promote the ways your team uses its robotics skills and resources to make significant contributions to your school, town, or other community. The work described in your video can span multiple seasons, and is not limited to REC Foundation or VEX Robotics programs.
|Elementary School||Middle School||High School||College / University||No Grade Level Restrictions|
|VEX Robotics Competition||VEX U|
The REC Foundation and Google will recognize a total of ten (10) winners chosen from all submissions for this challenge, which may include entries and winners from both VRC and VEX U teams. Each winning team will receive:
Paid team registration for this season's VEX Robotics World Championship
Teams must be part of a registered VRC or VEX U team for the current season.
Only one entry per team is permitted. However, each team in a multi-team school or club program may submit one entry. For example, teams 123A and 123B could each submit an entry, but team 123A could not submit two entries. Entries must vary in content and presentation to be considered separate entries.
Entries submitted in previous years’ Online Challenges are not eligible for submission this year.
Rules of the Challenge
Show us how you’re helping your community. Your video should highlight the ways your team uses its knowledge and resources to make a meaningful and positive impact on your community. We want to see how you use the skills you’ve gained in VEX Robotics competitions to solve problems or fill needs in the world around you.
Things to keep in mind for a successful submission:
A submission must meet these minimum requirements in order to be judged.