MINNESOTA TECHNOLOGY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

JR Lego League

Students K-3 (ages 6-9)

Currently developing ways for teams to compete and show work remotely or with limited contact.

A fun, non-competitive program introducing concepts of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) around an annual theme. Teams research the current Challenge theme, design and build a LEGO model with both a simple machine and a motorized part, and display their work on a Show Me poster.

TRAINING INCLUDED

Needed Volunteers:

  • Reviewer
  • Activity Leader
  • FLL Tour Guide
  • Team Opportunities

Lego League

Students grades 4-9 (ages 9-14)

Currently developing ways for teams to compete and show work remotely or with limited contact.

Students step up exploration of STEM concepts through a fun and competitive program designed around an annual theme. Students delve into a research project and design, build, and program an autonomous LEGO robot to complete missions.

TRAINING INCLUDED

Needed Volunteers: (*May be different this year due to COVID)

  • Judge
  • Referee
  • Tournament Scoring Coordinator
  • Emcee
  • Event volunteer

Tech Challenge

Students grades 7-12

Currently developing ways for teams to compete and show work remotely or with limited contact.

Fun and competitive program with emphasis on design, building, and programming processes of robotics. Teams design a robot with both autonomous and driver controlled modes to compete based on the annual Challenge.

TRAINING INCLUDED

Needed Volunteers:

  • Judge
  • Field Support
  • Referee
  • Robot Inspector
  • Scorekeeper
  • Dean’s List Interviewer
  • League Coordinator
  • Event Volunteer

Please contact kristin.zakariasen@metrostate.edu if you have I.T. volunteer opportunities available.