In British Columbia, the 2019/20 FIRST Tech Challenge season uses a League format leading on the the Provincial Championship. It means that your team will get more opportunities to play matches with your robot.Continue reading “FTC Season SKYSTONE”
What if you could build a better world? Where would you begin?Continue reading “FTC SKYSTONE Teaser”
Want one more chance to play Rover Ruckus? Or just the opportunity to build and program your first robot?
We’re planning a special Rover Ruckus Scrimmage on June 1st. This event is an opportunity for rookie teams to build and program their first robot and then have a chance to compete with it in matches.Continue reading “FTC Jump Start Scrimmage”
Know anyone who might be interested in starting a FIRST Tech Challenge team? FIRST British Columbia has grants available to help teams getting ready for their first competition season. Please read all the way down the page to see all the grant opportunities.Continue reading “FTC Grants 2019/20”
FIRST Robotics BC has received a $250,000 grant from the British Columbia Government. The funding announcement was hosted by Reynolds Secondary.Continue reading “FIRST Robotics BC Receives Grant”
While registration for the 2019-2010 “Boomtown Build” FLLJr season has started, our current 2018-2019 “Mission Moon” season is winding up with a last
EXPO on June 15, 2019
from 12:30 to 2:30 pm
in the café and lobby of Cedar Hill Recreation Centre.Continue reading “FLLJr expo for “Mission Moon” June 15”
Throughout history, great civilizations have risen, then fallen. Now it’s our turn to rise—building and bolstering our own planetary metropolis.
This 2019-2020 season, FIRST RISE, powered by Star Wars: Force for Change, is setting out to inspire citizens of the galaxy to work together, strengthening and protecting the Force that binds us and creating a place where collaboration and collective wisdom can elevate new ideas and foster growth.Continue reading “FIRST RISE 2020”
All the BC teams had a great time at the Championships in Houston from April 17-20, 2019.Continue reading “FIRST World Championships Wrap Up”
FIRST LEGO League Jr. introduces STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10 years of age. All skill levels are welcomed and needed, technical or non-technical.Continue reading “Robotics for Kids – Info Session April 6”
The Canadian Pacific Regional FIRST Robotics Competition was held in Victoria at the Save-In Foods Memorial Arena on March 7-9, 2019.
Congratulations to FRC 2438 ‘Iobotics from Hawaii who won the Chairman’s Award and advance to the Championships in Houston.Continue reading “FRC Competition Results”