The Wilder Wolves

We interviewed all team members and mentors, and gave them three questions to answer:

 

  • Why are you interested in FRC?

  • What do you hope to gain?

  • What have you learned?

Team of 2020

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I am interested in FRC because I was invited by my brother and after the first day I was hooked. It's such an enjoyable environment. I hope to gain better social skills and to learn more about the science & tech behind robots. I have learned how to communicate with new people and lots in the STEM area.

Team Captain

Jay

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I am interested in FRC because the idea of FRC intrigued me. I like to push myself and be apart of a team . I hope to gain knowledge and building a robot. I have learned that I am really good at woodwork and building field elements.

Team Captain

Skye

I am interested in FRC because it is an awesome experience and you get to learn a lot of new things and you get to go to Sydney. I hope to gain knowledge on robotics and STEM and get better in social skills. I have learned to socialise with people and manage my time and how to code a robot.

Safety Captain

Alex

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I am interested in FRC because I enjoy building and trying to solve problems whether its to do with the robot or with our game strategy.  I hope to gain better teamwork skills and communication skills. I have learned the names of tools and how to use them.

Team Member

Lachlan

I joined FRC because I was interested in Robotics and learning about mechatronic engineering. I hope to gain interesting experiences, make new friends and learn more about this field of engineering. 

Team Member

Alec

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I am interested in FRC because I am interested in robotics and think it will be fun and teach me things. I hope to gain more knowledge about metal/wood work and be able to work in a team better. I have learned a basic understanding of java code.

Team Member

Chris

I am interested in FRC because I learn new things and it's interesting learning about it. I hope to gain better knowledge about FRC. I have learnt media stuff and what tools to use.

Team Member

Carmen

I am interested in FRC because I like electronics and computers. I hope to learn a bit more about robots and how to build them. I have learned how to measure and cut wood and how everything works on the robot.

Team Member

Leah

I am interested in FRC because STEM overall is something I've always been passionate in so this FRC was perfect for me. Not to add the future of careers seems very STEM based. I hope to gain more experience with technologies (both engineering and coding) and more experience is working in a team. I have learned that getting into it can be a tedious process but once you start to get it it becomes more entertaining and easier. There's also plenty of people in the team and online that are happy here.

Team Member

Leela

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I am interested in FRC because I wanted to try something different and its really cool. I hope to gain more experience. I have learned how to build.

Team Member

Jayden

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I am interested in FRC because I want to be a mechanical engineer. I hope to gain skills in engineering. I have learned that if you genuinely  put your mind to something you can accomplish most things.

Team Member

Daniel

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I am interested in FRC because I'm trying new activities to see what I enjoy. I hope to gain the knowledge of the basic robot building. I have learned the parts needed to build a basic robot.

Team Member

Aussie

I am interested in FRC because I've always wanted to put myself out of my comfort zone to do the things I would never do and so FRC was the perfect opportunity to take. I hope to gain more experience in the STEM environment. I am looking forward to learning new things during FRC.

Team Member

Mursal

I am interested in FRC because I want to experiment what it is like in the robotics field. I hope to gain more information about the competition and robots. I have learned that making the robot is more difficult than I thought. I also leant how to build wheels

Team Member

Mireyah

I am interested in FRC because I wanted to acknowledge the need to learn and I think this is the best way. I hope to gain knowledge that will hopefully benefit me in the near future. I have learned that robots related things is actually more complicated but you can achieve anything step by step.

Team Member

Allyza

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I am interested in FRC because it's something new. I've never really done anything like it before and  it seemed exciting. I hope to gain some engineering skills & more social skills. I have learned how to cut through soft aluminium churros.

Team Member

Mary

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I am interested in FRC because it is one of the best all round education and development activities I have ever seen for students and I like robotics. I hope to gain long life learning from FRC. I have learned that students can learn anything if they wish to.

Lead Coach

John

I am interested in FRC because I like making things and I love seeing students develop their potential. I hope to gain lots of fun! I have learned heaps! Mostly to do with organisation and getting other people involved.

Coach

Helen

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I am interested in FRC because I have always been interested in computers and coding. I hope to gain to educate the students in STEM and coding. Even as a mentor I am learning something new

Mentor

Michael

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I am interested in FRC because robot stuff is cool! I hope to gain maybe seeing my partner occasionally. I have learned robot stuff - and also why safety is important...

Mentor

Kaylee

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I am interested in FRC because it is a great competitive engineering challenge that promotes good life skills. I hope to gain the ability to help students develop a passion for engineering. I have learned teamwork is everything, without team mates you can't work to your fullest in the time provided.

Mentor

Reid

I am interested in FRC because... I hope to gain... I have learned...

Mentor

Kayla

I am interested in FRC because John asked if I'd help. I like to see success in the end product. I have learned that students are not the same and school has completely changed since my days.

Mentor

Ian

I am interested in FRC because I like to help teach the students the understanding and use of hand and power tools. I hope to gain to see the students get good results in the competition after all the hard work in build season. I have learned that the basic knowledge of the students was not what I expected.

Mentor

Carl

Team of 2017

I am interested in FRC because it's a good opportunity and it's good to learn about different subjects that you haven't learned about before, I also wanted to step out of my comfort zone and expand my knowledge. I hope to gain knowledge about robotics and engineering as well as business. I have already learned different things about robotics and how to build a robot as well as learning more about computer skills, business and teamwork skills.

Team Captain

Issy

I am interested in FRC because I hope it can help me develop my knowledge in engineering, which could help me build a pathway into the Royal Australian Air Force. I hope to gain extensive knowledge of robotics, engineering, coding and to help develop my teamwork skills. I have already learnt some team work skills, some engineering knowledge and some helpful skills I can apply in school.

Team Captain

Matthew

I am interested in the FRC because I feel that it would be an amazing and fun experience that would help expand my knowledge of robotics.

I hope to have gained some new skills and to have an insight into the engineering world .

I have already learned how to set up a web page and how to create and retrieve team shirts and other creative ways to make our teams image.

Safety Captain

Caitlyn

I was interested in joining the FRC team because I like challenging myself and I thought it would be an amazing experience to learn and expand my knowledge about engineering and robotics and to also meet people around the world who have the same interests. I hope to gain engineering and programming skills along with new friends from different places with this experience. Over the past month, I have learned about the components that make up the robot and also that a lot more goes into gain a great FRC team.

Scouting Captain

Kayla

I joined FRC because I was interested in Robotics and learning about mechatronic engineering. I hope to gain interesting experiences, make new friends and learn more about this field of engineering. 

Technician

Alec

I am interested in FRC because I enjoy building things and doing stuff that involves technology. I hope to gain experience in Engineering. I’ve  learnt how to assemble the gear box for the robot.

Drive Team

Johnny

I am interested in FRC because I have always liked robots and if the program ran when I was at school I would have done it . I am doing the FRC as I would like the chance to help students do something memorable . I have already learnt a lot about robots work.

Mentor

Michael

I am interested in FRC because  it sounded like a great experience and I have always been interested in the areas of building, planning and engineering. I hope to gain knowledge in the areas of building and using the tools. I have learnt how to use the tools safely, designing, planning, building skills and also have built my knowledge with computers.

Ex-Team

Mitch

I am interested in FRC because i can learn more skills in Engineering. I hope to gain better teamwork skills. So far I have learnt how the robot works and functions.

Ex-Team Member

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Daniel

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Ex-Team Member

Tim

I am interested in the FRC because it offers so many opportunities for students for work and life. I hope that from doing this program that it has an influence on the whole school and make students aspire to do something special. I have learned that the faith I have in students and their ability to step up to extraordinary challenges is well placed.

Lead Coach

John

I am interested in FRC because I like to see my children and the students develop skills in STEM, teamwork, and communication. I hope to gain knowledge in STEM learning. I also would like to support the students in gaining life and workplace skills. I have learned that if you believe in the students they learn to believe in themselves.

Ex-Coach

Jo

I am interested in FRC because i would like to have more skills in engineering. I would hope to learn more about robots to keep up with the world standard to put Australia first with technology. I have learnt how to make a robot machine and also learnt stuff about robotics i havent before.

Ex-Team Member

Laticha

I am interested in FRC because i believe that FRC provides an opportunity for students to develop valuable skills and knowledge which are not necessarily gained in the classroom. By working together towards solving real problems and participating in a challenging competition , i have seen students develop as team players, communicators and mature learners, Coupled with learning technical and STEM related skills, FRC is an excellent program to inspire students to further themselves through dediaction and work

Ex-Mentor

Allen (Tosh)

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Mentor

Moana

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Phil

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Mentor

Ian

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Seville Grove, WA, 6112