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AWT Junior Bots

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Describe the Activity: 

2017’s battle will boast 28 teams.

Thanks to our grant and support from the Lake County ESC, teams in Lake & Geauga can participate for free. Some schools use Junior Bots application to determine who will qualify for the Junior Bots Team.

Students take Meeting Minutes and complete a SWOT Analysis of their bot.

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Outcome of the Activity: 
Students will be afforded the opportunity to participate in a unique experiential learning experience. This hands-on career exploration opportunity will allow them to truly experience what it means to work in manufacturing. Students will leave this experience with an increased awareness of the careers available to them and the educational opportunities linked to those careers. They will work alongside- not watch, work alongside engineers and machinists on the manufacturing floor. In addition they will develop relationships with industry partners that can lead to internship and career opportunities. As a result the students will be able to develop both technical and “soft” skills.
Activity Address: 
United States
39° 55' 6.3372" N, 75° 8' 11.958" W
United States
39° 55' 6.3372" N, 75° 8' 11.958" W
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