FIRST LEGO League
CALIFORNIA – Southern
San Diego, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Kern, San Luis Obispo
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2021-2022 season challenge
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"I don’t use kids to build robots. I use robots to build kids." - Dean Kamen, FIRST founder
FIRST LEGO LEAGUE
California – Southern
A chance to shine! Each FIRST® LEGO® League season culminates with qualifying tournaments (QTs) where teams show off what they learned and invented, and compete with their robots.
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To All San Diego FTC teams - congratulations on a successful FREIGHT FRENZY season! With all of the challenges that everyone has faced over that past 2 years, you should ALL be proud of what you did to even get to the point of competing! Great job! And this wouldn't...
A week ago the details of this season's game, RAPID REACT, were revealed and our FIRST Robotics Competition teams in California are wasting no time in getting their robot built! Teams have been challenged to build robots to deliver their payloads and collect cargo...
The California Southern Region held the FIRST LEGO League Challenge Championship events for 100 teams at Poway High School (hosted by FRC Team Spyder) and West Ranch High School (hosted by Project 691 Robotics) on December 12, 2021. The events also saw 40 FIRST LEGO...
Non-Technical and Technical Roles Available
FIRST® LEGO® League is a volunteer-run organization lead by passionate, like minded individuals who see the value in encouraging elementary through middle school students to participate in a program that exposes them to a world of imagination and innovating.
- Make a difference in the lives of young people
- Help young people apply real-world math and science concepts
- Network with like-minded professionals
- Help celebrate science and technology
- Help kids discover the fun in science and technology
Volunteers are needed to enable more than 2,400 Southern California FIRST® LEGO® League students to compete at tournaments and demonstrate what they have achieved.