Team 4159 CardinalBotics is a FIRST Robotics Competition team based in Lowell High School, San Francisco, California. Every year, we compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), an international high school competition where each team has 6 weeks to design and create a 120 pound robot for a given game. As a high school group, CardinalBotics seeks to inspire youth through creativity, innovation, and teamwork in our community. This experience allows students to develop an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math, also known as STEM.
Club Officers Julianne Nguyen, President Ayaka Chou, VP of Operations Victoria Ng, VP of PR Derek Duncan, VP of Outreach
About Us Do you want to experience the thrill of being a part of a team, but a team that uses all of your talents not just your physical ones? Do you want to learn what it is like to work in a real engineering company? Then you've come to the right place! Team 4159, CardinalBotics, is a team that brings together a wide range of people who work together to overcome many technical, financial, and logistic challenges. We will train you in skills you will need to be a successful entrepreneur, an engineer, a scientist, a mathematician, a project manager, or business leader. We compete in exciting robotics competitions and help students of all ages explore the fields related to science, engineering, mathematics and technology.
But this program isn't for the faint of heart, this tam expects a level of dedication more commonly associated with a joining of a sports team. We meet regularly on Fridays and during the semester will expect you to actively develop your skills and knowledge. During the second semester you will be involved daily in promoting, building, designing, and operating a robot to compete in our competitions. We're in S203 everyday of the week so drop by if you're interested.