Swerve Robotics 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.Read More
Heidi Lovett, founder and Executive Director was recently interviewed about Swerve Robotics and our work to bring FLL to Botswana. If you would like to hear the interview, please listen on your favorite Podcast site or at the African Tech Roundup website. It was an honor to speak with Andile Masuku about the work weRead More
On Sunday, March 17th Washington finally held their FIRST LEGO League (FLL) and FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) State Championships. Swerve had 5 teams at the event – 2 FLL and 3 FTC all competing at the same time! In addition, we have two closely affiliated teams that students from FTC 417 SKID have been mentoring thatRead More
On July 8-12, our team will be running a LEGO Robotics camp at the Wooden Cross Lutheran Church to teach kids ages 9-14 the fundamentals of building and programming LEGO robots. This robotics camp is meant to prepare children for FIRST LEGO League, a LEGO robotics competition (http://www.firstlegoleague.org) in a fun and hands on manner. DuringRead More
Swerve Robotics is so very proud of our FTC teams. In mid February, 6220 Centripetal won the Inspire Award at the British Columbia Provincial Championships earning them a spot at the World Championship in Houston, TX. The other two teams competed at the FTC West Super Regional in Spokane WA March 8-11, 2018 where bothRead More