FIRST LEGO League teams are typically 3-10 students in the age ranges from 9 to 14 years of age. You do not have to be a robotics or technology expert. Anyone can do this, including you! The robotic part of this program is really designed for 9-14 year old students to be able to learn and master. Coaches and mentors are there to help keep the team on task, working well together as a team, and helping to find resources handling logistics. We expect the students to do most of the hard parts with your guidance.
Mentors are typically:
To be a mentor you should be prepared to:
- FIRST Robotics Competition members
- Community volunteers
- Engineers and technology professionals
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- Spend a few hours each week helping 9-14 yr old students learn about science and technology
- Work with your team to research and plan a strategy for presenting their research to judges
- Work with your team to design, build, test, and refine a robot design to play in a game
- Most teams meet two or three times a week for 2-4 hours at a time
- Contests in our state are usually the first weekend of December
If you have questions about mentoring a team, starting a team, or finding a team to help with, contact our senior mentor Eric VanBuren at firstname.lastname@example.org