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GW Robotics Team


Nam Tran

I volunteered as the Alumni and Scholarships attendee for the FIRST Chesapeake District Championship. I was inspired by the commitment that the high school students put into their robotics teams, and I appreciated the opportunity to engage with graduating high school seniors in how they can stay involved with FIRST.

Gave 10.00 hours between 04/11/2019 and 04/13/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

This was my first day back from spring break. Originally I was not going to volunteer at this event, but the students had told me that they were facing numerous issues with their robot. I changed my bus ticket to an earlier time and helped the students as best as I could.

Gave 10.00 hours between 03/15/2019 and 03/17/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 6.00 hours on 03/09/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 3.00 hours on 03/08/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 03/06/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

This was the first competition that 6584 competed in during the competition season. The robot that the girls spent their last 6 weeks building was finally able to show off its engineering design... except there were a few design flaws to be fixed. The girls showed their ability to improvise, work together as a team, and face adversity during competition. It was a rewarding experience to see them able to work together and be a part of their problem-solving process.

Gave 27.00 hours between 03/01/2019 and 03/03/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/27/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 7.00 hours on 02/18/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 6.00 hours on 02/16/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/15/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/13/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 5.00 hours on 02/09/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/08/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/06/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 5.00 hours on 02/02/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/01/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 01/30/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 5.00 hours on 01/26/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 01/25/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team
Nam Tran

I volunteered as a technical mentor for an all-girls high school robotics team since sophomore year through the GW Robotics Team. Their build season for the robot is between 01/05/19 to 02/19/19. During this time with them, I understood the reason why all the mentors for my team when I was in high school volunteered their time. It's not about the competition or the robot or winning. The most rewarding part of working with the students was watching their growth as members of an increasingly technical society.

Gave 2.00 hours on 01/23/2019 with George Washington University, GW Robotics Team