Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
Online Challenges

Helping Students SOAR!

AUBIE1
Entry ID #: 10012
Created: Fri, Dec 31, 2021 11:42 PM


Thank you for watching our entry for the 2022 Community Online Challenge Sponsored by Google. We hope this video gives viewers an inside look at how AUBIE1 is using its time and resources to help its local community. We also hope this video inspires students, mentors, and supporters involved with VEX programs to serve their communities too!

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Thank you for watching our entry for the 2022 Community Online Challenge Sponsored by Google. This video provides an overview of what AUBIE1 does to solve two huge problems in its local community: educational performance and a lack of STEM opportunities. The video first identifies and explains how the problem is affecting the people we support. Then, we discuss the steps we take to solve the problem and make a positive impact on students in the state of Alabama. We discuss how by partnering with S.C.O.R.E. (Southeastern Center of Robotics Education) and the Auburn Robotics Club, AUBIE1 solves these two challenges using three primary methods. First is the Community Teams program, where AUBIE1 members coach VEX IQ students in the Auburn Community. Next is the Auburn Vex IQ League, in which AUBIE1 members help provide students with a live experience to compete with their robots. Last is other volunteering initiatives completed with S.C.O.R.E., which include a variety of events conducted across the state of Alabama and beyond. In the end, we hope this video inspires all VEX Robotics participants to serve their community! All music used in the video is from the public domain (YouTube Audio Library). Sources for video footage can be found in the YouTube video's description or with a PDF Document hosted on the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D1Kfj1LfoaQwF8dy3J95eV1bIu45nkzN/view COVID-19 Safety Disclaimer: All footage in the video was taken at events where COVID-19 safety protocols were followed based on local/national guidelines or before the start of the pandemic.