Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
Online Challenges

EMC Corporation® Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge

This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX Robotics Competition, VEX U or VEX IQ Challenge team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future.



Tesla Robotics Team Website


This is the team website for 8899: Tesla Robotics. Built from the ground up in Dreamweaver and hosted using iPage. Enjoy!
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We designed this web site this year using Word Press. We used the DIVI theme and designed it from scratch so it would look exactly like we envisioned our site to look like. One of our sponsors Franktronics is sponsoring the hosting of the web site.
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Cornerstone Robotics


Cornerstone Robotics is a Christian home school robotics program entering its sixth year of competition. We are now a well respected veteran team and going strong. We have grown from a single team with ten students to seven teams with more than forty students throughout the Greenwood/Indianapolis area. We are especially excited about the addition this year of two elementary/middle school aged VEX IQ teams and possibly a collegiate team. We are working on achieving new levels of excellence by building robotics teams in the area. This program can be life changing for students by exposing...
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An Interactive Experience


This website includes important details about 750R.
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St. Peter's School STEM


This is a website designed and written by the Dynamite Droids, describing all their school's STEM programs.
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Waialua Robotics Team Website


This is the website for VEX Robotics Competition Team 359: The Hawaiian Kids.
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Cape Robotics


Cape Robotics is the robotics program at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, Delaware. We are a young team; only one year old. We began working on the site in October, populating the site with information, blogs, pictures, and videos. While we did use a theme for our site, there were many design decisions we had to make to create an outstanding website. User interface is the main priority. Colors are to remain consistent, navigation is easy to use, the layout is clear, and pictures are formatted correctly. The site isn’t perfect on mobile, but all information is easily accessible and...
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Vexmen Webiste


Website for the Vexmen teams - 23 teams in Middle School & High School divisions with over 120 roboteers. The website helps order parts, capture shirt orders, and publicize the happenings of the club
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1104Z Website


This website was created by members of team 1104Z to provide information on the Non-Profit initiative that has been started to establish a platform to provide STEM education for youths.
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