Have you competed at
RoboRAVE International? Send us your photo and the answers to these questions so we can post your story:
- How did RoboRAVE International benefit you when you were in elementary, middle, or high school?
- How did RoboRAVE International help you as you decided on your college, course work, degree and career?
- Has RoboRAVE International affected you positively in other ways?
Miles B. (’09-’10)
Andrew H. (’09-’10)
My team placed 1st and 2nd in the Firefighting challenge for two consecutive years. Our team found unorthodox solutions to the problem at hand and it greatly improved our competitive designs. My strong interest in parametric mechanical drafting in high school, combined with RoboRAVE, let me bring some of my creations into reality. Competing in RoboRAVE has many advantages aside from robotics. I gained valuable social experience working as a team and … Read more
Dakota B. (’08-’12)
RoboRAVE motivated me to pursue success. It taught me the concept that you get what you give. If you put in hard work you’ll get success. This lead idea led me to push myself and eventually win the May 08′ competition. Gradually RoboRave pushed me even further, to join other robotics competitions which included FIRST, BEST, and BotBall. Focusing more on the giving part I decided, once in high school, to go back to my middle school and become a mentor…. Read more
Monica L. (’07-’09)
Monica L, of Santa Domingo Pueblo took her love and passion for robotics from the RoboRAVE International to the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair with a top level research project from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society’s (AISES) Native American Science & Engineering Fair (NASEF). She now volunteers for RoboRAVE International, as a judge for the Robotovate challenge, and helping to organize RoboRAVE Native America…. Read more