INTERESTED IN BECOMING A ROBOCAT?
Woodrow Robotics consists of members in the 9th-12th grade.
We need people who have these interests:
- Community Outreach
If you are interested in becoming a Robocat, we will hold an interest meeting on May 20-21st from 5:00 - 7:00pm. The interest meeting is a mini robot building session as well as small competition. Parents are asked to come on May 21st at 6:00 pm to learn more.
The try outs are nothing to get stressed about! These are not done to see how much experience one brings to the table, but how much genuine interest they have for robotics and their willingness to learn.
The "tryouts" for robotics are an on-going process to judge how one will fit within the team and if they can working in a professional environment.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MENTOR?
Mentors are people of the community that share their backgrounds and fields of expertise with members on the team. While rocket scientists are always helpful, you do not have to be one to help out! Mentors are free to stop by anytime during our working hours (Tuesday/Thursday 5 - 7pm) virtually or in person. Find out ways you can help out below:
Project Management Mentor - Guides the team throughout the project life cycle
Scholarship Mentor - Assist to educate students and parents regarding scholarship opportunities
Marketing Mentor - Assist students with the development of a business and marketing plan
Finance Mentor - Organize and assist with fundraising efforts
Robot Programming - Assist team members in writing code (Java)
Electrical Engineering - Assist team with electronics systems on the robot
Mechanical Engineer - Assist with the design and construction of a robot
FTC: September - April
FRC: January - April