High School - International Robotics Honor Society Service Award
The International Robotics Honor Society (IRHS) recognizes and celebrates students that excel in academics, robotics, personal character, and community service. Members of IRHS chapters work together to design and execute service learning projects that fulfill needs within their school or ocmmunity. Entries for this challenge will demonstrate how service learning projects have impacted an IRHS High School Chapter and the community they serve.
How has helping the community helped your IRHS Chapter? Create a digital portfolio to show us how your problem-focused service learning project (or projects!) has advanced your Chapter's program and/or curriculum goals. Include reflections from student members from the IRHS aspects of academics, service, charactrer, robotics, and leadership to show how IRHS makes a positive impact on members and the community.
|Elementary School||Middle School||High School||College / University||No Grade Level Restrictions|
|VEX Robotics Competition||Aerial Drone Competition|
The winning chapter will receive one (1) automatic team qualification for this season's VEX Robotics World Championship or Aerial Drone Competition Championship.
Teams must be a part of a registered VRC or Aerial Drone Competition High School team for the current season, and members of an approved, current, active high school chapter of the International Robotics Honor Society.
Only one entry per chapter is allowed.
Entries submitted in previous years' Online Challenges are not eligible for submission this year.
Rules of the Challenge
Think of this as a digital portfolio. Your submission should be created using Book Creator or Google Sites, and include a combination of imagery (videos, photography, drawings, screen captures, etc.) and supporting text.
Things to keep in mind for a successful submission:
A submission must meet these minimum requirements in order to be judged.