Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers serve in a variety of roles, which impact students as they make critical decisions about their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education and careers. Through our programs students become technologically literate to enable concerned and involved future citizens. 



Volunteer training is the first step in learning more about what our Tournament Volunteers do. In these sessions come learn from other volunteers what a tournament day is like and gain some insight on the upcoming season's game. 

There are also a series of online resources to help you prepare for your first day as a Tournament Volunteer. Come find out more at our one of our training sessions. 

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Grades: 4-8. A fun, competitive program in which a team of students build and program an autonomous LEGO® robot. Teams have 2 1/2 minutes to complete as many missions as possible. Teams explore real world problems and create an innovative solution to that problem. Volunteers are needed to serve as judges and referees, evaluating the team's teamwork skills, research quality, and technical robot design.

Learn more about FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Volunteer Opportunities


Grades: 7-12. A fun, competitive robotics program designed for students who are ready to take on a higher level of robotics. Teams design, build, and program robots with both autonomous and driver controlled modes. Students work with adult mentors and form lasting relationships. The program encourages the use of the iterative design process as teams are able to compete at multiple tournaments throughout the season. Volunteers are needed to serve as judges, inspectors and referees, evaluating team's work skills, outreach, as well as mechanical and programming skills. 

Learn more about FIRST® TECH CHALLENGE (FTC) Volunteer Opportunities