Updated: Nov 24, 2021
After two successful livestreams, Team 612 hosted a banquet with over 80 attendees to conclude its 2020 season on July 8th.
At the end of the banquet, 612 announced a new summer prototyping event to get a strong head start in the 2021 season.
July 12, 2020, Chantilly, VA. After two successful livestreams, Chantilly Robotics Team 612 wrapped up its 2020 season by hosting its first virtual banquet on July 8th to honor graduating seniors and celebrate those who have helped 612 achieve its goals. With over 80 people actively participating, the event proved to be one of the team’s most successful livestreams. Chantilly Robotics announced their future plans of hosting a new summer prototyping period known as Rosie Rewind. In the seven-week long event, members design a CAD (Computer-Aided Design) model of the 2020 FIRST Robotics Competition robot in order to prepare for when 612 competes in a modified 2020 FRC game in 2021. Rosie Rewind provides members and new robotics participants to learn new sets of strategy and design skills as well as grow from past mistakes. In hosting Rosie Rewind members are able to continue their learning in STEM and further enhance their already growing interest.
Without the support of sponsors like you, Team 612 would not be able to run strong virtual programs such as the banquet and Rosie Rewind. For Team 612 to continue providing opportunities to the next generation of STEM innovators, they need continued support from sponsors. For more details, please email email@example.com or visit frc612.org/sponsors.
About Chantilly Robotics
At Chantilly Robotics Team 612, we brighten the future for leaders and student technologists within our team, school and community through fun and engaging methods of learning and teaching while shining a light on the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math). Chantilly Robotics was founded in 2001 with 8 student members and has grown to over 140 members in the 2020 season. Team 612 competes at FIRST Robotics Competitions in the Chesapeake District and spreads STEM as well as FIRST values through community outreach. For more information, visit chantillyrobotics.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chantilly Robotics is part of Chantilly Academy, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.