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FTC Team Email Blast *6* 10-14-09: Mentor orientation, Event countdown, Scholarships!

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FTC Team Email Blast *6* 10-14-09: Mentor orientation, Event countdown, Scholarships!

Post by Admin on Wed Oct 14, 2009 6:27 pm

Hello Teams!

This is team email blast number 6 for the 2009 FTC Season. You should expect to receive weekly email blasts from us. The Team Email Blast is generally the way we communicate information about the program to you. That information could include competition specific news, software updates, trainings, or anything else we think you might like to know. This email is intended for FTC teams and is sent to the main contact listed in your team record.

1. FTC Mentor Orientation – 101 – Our Senior Mentor call scheduled for this evening has been postponed. Please watch your email for information about the new date.

2. Countdown to FTC Events – The competition season is fast approaching – How are you preparing? Now is a great time to learn more about the programming languages available to FTC teams:

http://www.ni.com/first for your LabVIEW needs

http://www.robotc.net/ftc for your ROBOTC needs

http://www.tetrixrobotics.com for tools to help you get started

3. Scholarship Updates - *** Team Contacts: Please pass this info on to students, parents, and high school guidance counselors! ***
*** See the special messages from some of our FIRST Scholarship Providers at the end of this email ***

We hope you have taken a look at the FIRST Scholarship web page (at www.usfirst.org/scholarships) and followed the link to the 2010 FIRST Scholarship Opportunities. Here you will find scholarship offerings from over 125 colleges, universities, corporations and associations. You can use the search capability to help find FIRST scholarships for which you are eligible and interested in applying. Questions? Be sure to read the FIRST Scholarship FAQs. We have also posted some of the testimonials that we have received from previous winners of FIRST Scholarships. Check them out!

We now have confirmed OVER $7.4 Million in FIRST Scholarships made available to students on FTC teams.

Recently Confirmed Scholarships:

· DeVry University
· ITT Technical Institute
· Temple University
· University of Minnesota/PTC
· University of Washington/Boeing

Seniors: If you haven’t already done so, now is a good time to look at the FIRST Scholarship Offerings and decide to what schools/scholarships you want to apply. Be sure to be aware of application deadline dates. It may be to your advantage to get your application in early!

Juniors: This is a great time to be gathering information about colleges and scholarships. There are two FIRST scholarships that you must apply for in your junior year. If you are interested in any of these schools, be sure to apply this year!

· Drexel University (deadline 3/1/2010)
· Virginia Tech/BAE Systems (for women, deadline 4/1/2010)

Keep checking the website for new and updated information. Hint: Refine your search by selecting Program:FTC and clicking GO. Then you can sort the scholarship list by clicking on the Date Posted column header and look at any new or updated listings since the date you last visited the site.

Check out the 2010 FIRST Scholarship Offerings right now at:
www.usfirst.org/scholarshipsearch.aspx

*** The following special messages are from some of our FIRST Scholarship Providers and may contain links to the providers web site. Note that if you click on a hot link below, you will be outside the realm of the FIRST email community and you may be giving that organization the right to communicate with you via email. ***

Capitol College University
Hi! My name is Thalida Noel, a former member of the “Robo-Doves” robotics team from Western Senior High School in Baltimore Maryland and current freshman at Capitol College majoring in Computer Science! As a FIRST Robotics participant, I knew that Capitol offered a $5,000 annual Robotics Scholarship. But then, after completing my admissions application and exploring all of the Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science and Business majors here, I became eligible for even MORE scholarship opportunities! Now I am enjoying a full ride as a member of the “Capitol Scholars Program”, a comprehensive learning experience for motivated technology students! Capitol College is perfect for FIRST Robotics and PERFECT for me! Click on this link to learn more about my school! www.iamcapitol.com

Illinois Institute of Technology
Dear FIRST Student, Parent, Counselor or Mentor,
Illinois Institute of Technology is a proud of its support of FIRST Robotics and is pleased to share information about admission and scholarships in order to assist students as they apply to colleges and universities.
As you prepare for the upcoming competition, allow me to explain how IIT works in cooperation with FIRST. We offer:
Ø Six merit-based scholarships to students who have been actively involved on a competing FIRST team.
Ø Scholarships are valued at $6,000 per year to eligible, admitted first-year students at IIT.

If you or your team members have any questions about the FIRST scholarship, please contact Rishab Malhotra, at 312.567.3909, or rmalhot1@iit.edu

We wish you luck in your upcoming events and hope to see you in Atlanta for the National Championships!

Sincerely,

Gerald P. Doyle
Associate Vice President
Undergraduate Admission
doyle@iit.edu

PS: Application process and deadlines found here : http://www.iit.edu/undergrad_admission/apply/deadlines.shtml

Go Teams!

~FTC Support

FIRST TM (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/ftc/default.aspx?id=968

Being a Gracious Professional involves respecting yourself, your team, other teams, and everyone around you. It is a way of doing things with a competitive spirit, without making anyone feel like a loser. Gracious Professionalism is a way of interacting with other people respectfully, doing excellent work, and promoting teamwork and appreciation of others.
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