January 2017 Email Blast

JANUARY 2017 NEWSLETTER

Register for Events Today

The 2016-17 season is now underway and events are popping up around
the world for teams to compete in VEX IQ Challenge Crossover and VEX
Robotics Competition Starstruck. Be sure to register your team today
to stay current on all the updates at www.RobotEvents.com - http://www.robotevents.com and
www.RoboticsEducation.org. - http://www.roboticseducation.org

Scholarships Available!

January is an important month for scholarship applications! The REC
Foundation has well over $4.5 million dollars available in
scholarship aid and we encourage students to visit our page today to
learn more about these great opportunities. Of particular interest
this month are the following scholarship awards as deadlines for
applications are fast approaching: Chevron, Future Foundation,
Robomatter, Steve Sanghi Scholarship, and Texas Instruments. Visit:

Hopkinetics Teams 2602A & B

The REC Foundation recently caught up with Melissa, Sofia, Janvi, and
Parima with the Hopkinetics, Hopkinton High School’s VEX Robotics
Competition Teams 2602 A & B to discuss Girl Powered. The girls hold
a variety of roles on the teams with Melissa as the team builder and
designer, Sofia also a builder, Janvi an amaze and design lead and
Parima a STEM Research lead. Each of the girls shared how they got
engaged on the team, what they enjoy most about robotics, and their
perspective on engaging more young women in STEM and robotics:
roboticseducation.org/news - http://www.roboticseducation.org/news/
To learn more about Girl Powered or share your story visit:
RoboticsEducation.org/gp

VEX Robotics World Championship Volunteer Registration Now Open!

All season long, event volunteers are the heart and soul of VEX
competitions. This couldn’t be more true at the VEX Robotics World
Championship, where we bring 1,400 of the best robotics teams from
around the world to compete to become World Champions! This year VEX
Worlds will take place April 19-25, 2017, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Join us and be part of the culminating event of the season where the
energy and excitement is palpable and participating is rewarding for
everyone involved.

We are excited to announce a new volunteer scheduling platform that
will allow self-scheduling online (once shifts are available), making
it easy to select and view volunteer shifts from your computer or
mobile device. Learn more about the opportunities available, and
register in our new system today in order to be notified when shifts
are ready to view as the event gets closer. Visit:
RoboticsEducation.org/VEXWorldsVolunteers

Give your Students the Advantage

By giving your students the opportunity to earn an Industry
Certification, you give them an important tool to help shape their
future. We offer two industry certifications - Pre-Engineering and
Robotics. These certifications prove your students are industry-job
entry ready by providing them an opportunity to demonstrate the
knowledge and occupational skills they have learned in your programs.

Learn More at RoboticsEducation.org/Certification - http://roboticseducation.org/certification

Sponsor Spotlight: NASA

NASA’s Vision - http://www.nasa.gov: We reach for new heights and
reveal the unknown for the benefit of humankind. To do that,
thousands of people have been working around the world – and off of
it – for more than 50 years, trying to answer some basic questions.
What’s out there in space? How do we get there? What will we find?
What can we learn there, or learn just by trying to get there, that
will make life better here on Earth?

At the REC Foundation, we appreciate all NASA does to help students
participate in robotics engineering!

The REC Foundation’s Mission Statement The REC Foundation seeks to
increase student interest and involvement
in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by
engaging students in hands-on, sustainable, and
affordable curriculum-based robotics engineering programs across the
U.S. and internationally.
For more information, visit www.RoboticsEducation.org - http://www.roboticseducation.org .

Past E-Mails Available Archives of all email blasts from this season
can always be found here. - https://vexforum.com/index.php/conversations/e-mail-blast-archive

Not Getting These E-mails?

Many organizations automatically block group e-mails. You have two
options:

  1. Request that your IT department “White List” emails from
    mail.vresp.comand/or white list e-mails from the
    following IP addresses: 74.116.89.0/24 74.116.91.0/24 66.151.143.0/24
  2. Make sure the alternate email address in your RobotEvents.com - http://www.robotevents.com team account is
    different – not a school address.

Click to view this email in a browser
http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/831219/0e0244a85f/TEST/TEST/

If you no longer wish to receive these emails, please reply to this
message with “Unsubscribe” in the subject line or simply click on the
following link:
http://cts.vresp.com/u?0e0244a85f/TEST/TEST


REC Foundation sent this email free of charge using VerticalResponse
for Non-Profits. Non-Profits email free. You email affordably.

REC Foundation
P.O. Box 8276
Greenville, Texas 75404
US

Read the VerticalResponse marketing policy: