How learning differences are super powers; FIRST LEGO League teams showcase innovative Projects; FIRST students visit the UN
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How Learning Differences are Super Powers

FIRST® coach Kenny Bae shares how his students – inspired by Dean Kamen ‒ use their learning differences as strengths to build self-confidence and help them succeed in FIRST.

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Vote for Your Favorite Global Innovation Award Project

The FIRST® LEGO® League Global Innovation Award is designed to showcase the real-world, innovative solutions that FIRST LEGO League teams create as a result of their Project. This year, 20 outstanding teams will present their solutions to the problems humans face during long-duration space exploration. Don’t miss the pre-show and ceremony on FIRSTtv starting at 4:30 p.m. PT July 2. Before the show, get a sneak peek at the 20 Semi-Finalists and cast your vote for the 2019 FIRST LEGO League Global Innovation People's Choice Award.

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FIRST Alum Excited to ‘Invent all the Machines in My Head’

FIRST alum Myah Wilson recently started an internship at The Boeing Company, a FIRST Strategic Partner. Her time in FIRST inspired her to continue her studies in mechatronics, so she can work with machines for the rest of her life.

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Students Advocate for FIRST at the UN

Students from a FIRST LEGO League team in Queens, New York, recently visited UN Headquarters to advocate for hands-on STEM programs like FIRST.

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OUR VISION: “ transform our culture by creating a world where science and technology are celebrated and where young people dream of becoming science and technology leaders.”
— Dean Kamen, Founder