Collaboration - Working as a team to research, design and construct robots. Reaching out to other individuals (robotics teams, mentors, our school and community) to exchange information and learn.
Mentoring - Educating our team members and assisting fledgling robotics teams to learn new skills and increase their personal and technical awareness.
Personal Development - Using the robotics forum to develop critical life skills — problem solving, leadership, and effective communication.
Educating - Bringing our enthusiasm for science and technology to younger students and the community at large.
Meeting Challenges - Creating solutions to engineering, safety, and competition challenges and learning from our experiences.