Inspire the next generation of innovators—volunteer with one of GSCM’s robotics teams!
FIRST LEGO League Jr. is a fun robotics series for girls in grades K-3rd where girls learn engineering principals and robotics through building and programing LEGOs! Teams are forming in Baltimore City, Howard County, and Harford County.
Coaches and assistant coaches are needed to help facilitate these programs. No previous experience is necessary to become a coach–we provide everything you need totally rock it! This includes all of the training, materials, and curriculum necessary to lead a team.
Coaching a team and helping girls realize a love for technology and engineering requires only the following:
- Attending a majority of the meetings; FLL Jr. has 12 meetings (weekends beginning in February) including a competition in June.
- Maintain a safe learning environment for girls.
- Lead the girls in the activities and lessons provided.
Those with technical experience are also welcome to volunteer as a coach or team mentor. Mentors on FLL teams help coaches with teaching the programming and technical aspects of the program.
Click here and complete the survey if you're intetested in coaching a FIRST LEGO League Jr. team.
Can’t commit to becoming a coach? We need volunteers for our FIRST LEGO League Competition at GSCM on January 21st and the FIRST LEGO League Jr. Expo in June. No experience necessary, training is provided for all volunteer roles.
Click here to sign up to volunteer for robotics competition.