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FIRST Robotics Competition - Ages 14-18; Grades 9-12
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FIRST Lego League Jr. - Ages 6-10; Grades K-4
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FIRST Tech Challenge - Ages 12-18; Grades 7-12
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FIRST Robotics Competition - ages 14-18; Grades 9-12

Welcome to FIRST Washington

Our Manifesto

FIRST Washington supports and engages today's tech-native youth with a league of their own, inspiring them to build on their passions and preparing them to be the STEM leaders of tomorrow.

Creating.  Theorizing.  Tinkering.  Testing.  Expanding their worlds.  Getting their hands dirty.

FIRST Washington ignites youthful minds through education, hard work, mentorship, and healthy competition.

Just as important, participants are integrated into a fun, team-based learning environment created to encourage their interests, teach the benefits of collaboration, boost self-confidence - and illuminate the exciting world of STEM study and careers.

At FIRST Washington, we sum it up this way:

What's going to be happening next in STEM is happening here.

FIRST.

Four Amazing Programs.  One Amazing Community

  Upcoming Professional Development!

Washington FIRST Robotics has been awarded a $75K OPSI grant to facilitate a professional development opportunity for elementary and middle school teachers to learn STEM Robotics 101.  The classes will be held throughout the state from April-August 2016.  To find out more information or to register please click here.  Space is limited.  If you have received a final registration invitation please click here

 

 

Ready to MAKE AN IMPACT?

 

FIRST Washington is responding to the call of our state’s STEM workforce. Your $55 donation will introduce three 7 year olds to the fantastic world of science, technology, engineering and math. Please donate today.