THE Roboprom scholarship 2017 will be available for one student at each championship location

Named after our annual event/fundraiser, RoboProm, the RoboProm scholarship is an opportunity for Eagle Robotics to give back to fellow FRC/FTC students.  The purpose of the RoboProm Scholarship is to recognize a high school student who has displayed significant achievements in education and leadership through their involvement on either a FIRST Tech Challenge or FIRST Robotics Competition team(s). The RoboPromScholarship offers one $500 scholarship to a high school senior or junior who has been involved in at least 2 years of robotics and wishes to pursue a degree in any major.  In addition, team of applicant must be going to attend RoboProm 2017 at the Championship location the applicant is submitting for to be eligible for the scholarship. If you wish to apply for the RoboProm scholarship the criteria and deadline are listed below.

St. louis winner

Vidhi Patel


HouSTON winner

colleen johnson