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NASA FIRST® Robotics Competition Sponsorship Application for U.S. Teams: The deadline to submit is Sunday, September 30 at 11:59 PM ET. Please visit this page for more information and to apply.
FIRST® Scholarship Program: The 2018-2019 scholarships are now live. Check out $80 million worth of scholarships, 200+ scholarship providers, and 2,500+ unique scholarship opportunities at
Is your team ready to Launch your Mission into the 2019 season? Make sure your team is “event ready” by updating your team profile on the Dashboard. Your team will need to have two current Lead Coach/Mentors in place, who have completed the Youth Protection Policy Screening (U.S. and Canada teams), in order to select your preferences during the First Preference round.
Need help with registration? Team Support will have extended phone support available until 8:00 PM ET on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through October 31, 2018 (regular business hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM -- 5:00 PM ET).
Rookie Funding Available to Eligible FIRST Robotics Competition Teams: View more details and apply now! The grant application deadline is Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM ET. Teams will be notified about whether they have been awarded the grant on Friday, November 9. FIRST has partnered with the crowdsourcing organization Partial funding for FIRST Robotics Competition team materials is now available to U.S. public and charter school teachers, thanks to #NewsCorp & #DonorsChoose. Teachers can receive funding for robot parts, tools, 3D printers, or any other team materials! Learn more.


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