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 Q: How long have you been involved with Robotics?
A: 7 years

Q: What made you decide to become a part of Robotics?
A: To provide a fun learning environment while exposing high school students to science, technology, engineering, and math.

Q: What is your area of expertise?
A: Website Design, Programming, Organization Skills, and being a Team Tutor 

Q: Have you done any volunteer work other than FIRST?
A: 4-H Community Leader

Q: What inspired you to become a mentor?
A: I was impressed with FIRST Robotics' outlook on bringing more attention to math and science and to help high school students develop the same outlook.

 

Q: How long have you been involved with Robotics?
A: 7 years

Q: What made you decide to become a part of Robotics?
A:  The long hours, lack of sleep, no pay and the privilege of working with young people to plan, execute and revel in the pursuit of a common goal.

Q: What is your area of expertise?
A:
Programming, Building and Design

Q: Have you done any volunteer work other than FIRST?
A: 4-H County Leader and Little League Baseball Coach

Q: What inspired you to become a mentor?
A: My first visit to a Regional event.  The sights, sounds and the raw enthusiasm that filled the arena to overflowing for a bunch of NERDS!  It was the most incredible non-sporting event I could have ever imagined.  It was something I had to be a part of. 

 

 

 

Q: How long have you been involved with First Robotics?
A: 4 years

Q: What made you decide to become a part of Robotics?
A: I thought it was a good opportunity for high school and middle school students to be exposed to engineering, science, and technology concepts.

Q: What is your area of expertise?
A: 
Metallurgical engineering and fasteners.

Q: Have you done any volunteer work other than FIRST?
A: Girl scouts

Q: What inspired you to become a mentor?
A:  I like to work with children.

 

 

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