Robot Inspectors – Alumni, parents familiar with FRC Robots, and mentors are great people to volunteer for this role. Time commitment: mostly load-in day, with some people needed throughout the days of competition. 

Referees – Alumni, mentors, and parents can be great fits for this role. Must have an eye for fast-paced action and quick thinking. Time commitment: the two main days of competition, but practice can happen during load-in.

Field Resetter – Alumni, parents, current students, or siblings of students at the event (12+ age, please) are great fits for this role. Fieldside role. Time commitment: two main days of competition with some people also needed on load-in to help with practice matches.

Judges – Alumni, teachers, parents, school administrators, and sponsors are great people to volunteer as judges.  Some judges focus on STEM awards, and some focus on others, so no engineering experience is needed. Time commitment: the two main days of competition.

Official Scorers – Alumni, parents familiar with FRC, teachers, and mentors are all good fits here.  Field-side role. Time commitment, all days of competition, including load-in for practice.

Practice Field Attendants – Parents and alumni are great fits for this role, which allows you to see the robots in action in a lower-stress volunteer position. Time commitment: all days of competition, but we can create shifts if enough people volunteer.

Load-in/out Crew: Parents and current students are great roles for this. If you are a host team, these roles can be filled by your team members or other school groups who may need volunteering hours, like National Honors Society. Time commitment: load-in day and the end of the last day of competition.

St. Joseph District   March 4-5, Penn High School

Princeton District  March 11-12, Princeton High School

Tippecanoe District  March 24-26, Lafayette Jefferson High School

Center Grove District March 31-April 1, Center Grove High School

FIN FRC State Championship: April 6-8, Anderson University