The MN Robotics Competition made possible by VEX
VEX Robotics is the largest & fastest-growing robotics program globally for Elementary, Middle & High School Students.
The REC Foundation’s VEX family of robotics programs for elementary school through college students includes 24,000 teams in over 60 countries. These engaging programs offer a direct response to workforce and industry needs with participants more likely to consider studying science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) beyond high school.
VEX MN State tournament - Feb. 29 to Mar. 2, 2024 - 14th YEAR!
River's Edge Convention Center | St Cloud, MN
THE COUNTDOWN TO MN STATE VEX ROBOTICS CHAMPIONSHIP
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My name is Mahaylia Thaden. I'm the 7th Grade Co-Captain of our new girls' team, Gearbots 7225G. VEX means a lot to me. I love being able to work on a robot and be able to learn new things about robotics everyday. When I first started robotics, I didn’t know how much I would like it, but I ended up loving it. I like being able to work with people and communicate about robotics. It’s interesting to listen to other people point of view on robotics too.
My name is Henry Bergene. I am part of the Southland Rebelbots at Southland High School in Adams, MN. Vex Robotics has taught me a lot about how the engineering process works. I have learned that planning and documentation has a bigger role to play in engineering than I previously thought. This robotics program has also given me a first-hand experience in problem-solving. We encounter many issues every week and it is important to know how to fix those problems quickly but also effectively. Although I don’t do much building on our team, just watching my team members gives me insight as to how engineers handle unexpected outcomes.
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