What if . . . Your teen had something better to do this summer?

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So, what will your teen be doing this summer?

Maybe some work with media . . .

"Robotics is fun because everyone helps each other out and there's no judgement."

Erica, Class of 2021, member since 2016. Aurora.

Or maybe some metal work instead . . .

"Robotics is fun and it teaches you a lot of life lessons and the people are awesome!"

Ellie, Class of 2021, member since 2016. Batavia.

Maybe a robotics team is just the thing . . .

Roaring Robotics at the Rock River Off-Season Competition, July 2016

Do some programming.

"I like robotics because it gives me a chance to put my programming skills to work on something practical."

Alex, Class of 2018, member since 2016. Naperville.

Get hands on.

"You can customize your role to fit your interests."

Ava, Class of 2018, member since 2013. Aurora.

And into it.

"It's incredible how much you can learn from robotics. Programming, electrical, mechanical systems, power tools. I didn't have experience with any of that when I joined. But you design, and experiment, and build, and learn, and something really cool comes out of it."

Andrew, Class of 2018, member since 2014. Batavia.

Central Illinois Regional Competition, March 2017
Real Robots!
Real Students!
So, what is Roaring Robotics?

Roaring Robotics is a FIRST Robotics Competition team based out of Batavia, Illinois.

Openings for students 13 - 18. No experience necessary. No residency requirements.

No fees. Roaring Robotics is sponsored by businesses such as Caterpillar. The team is coached and supported by parents, families, and volunteers.

More than Robots. In addition to working with robots, there are opportunities for Photography, Videography, Media, Marketing, Business Planning, Website Design, and more. There is a place for just about everybody on the team.

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More information?

Visit our website.

Check out our Facebook page.

E-mail us at JoinTeam2704@gmail.com.

Visitors are welcome. Please contact us first to confirm our meeting schedule and location.

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