WA Robotics Clubs Sponsors
Inspiring high-level STEM engagement through robotics among WA School students is a big job.
WA Robotics Clubs are grateful for the generous support of the following sponsors and supporters.
FIRST Australia and Macquarie University
Help all our FIRST teams in their Rookie years a great deal. That help, in turn, enriches STEM learning in our schools and our communities.
FLL Teams have received Google Grants and FRC Teams Robots in the Outback Grants (for low ICSEA schools) sponsored by The Argosy Foundation.
Salesforce is a global Customer Relationship Management Software and Cloud Computing company which recognises the work we do in bringing high-level STEM learning to underrepresented school students and communities.
Cecil Andrews College proudly supports and hosts Armadale Robotics Clubs and FRC Team 6524 The Wilder Wolves. Without that support, ARC would not be having the impact it is.
The School Pathways Program has supported Cecil Andrews College and secondary schools involved as leaders with resources and inclusion in STEM networks. This support has been critical to ARC establishment.
Commonwealth Business Sponsorship Grants for Student Science Engagement and International Competitions
WA is isolated from the East. Without these grants, we would not get to FIRST Robotics Competitions.
FORD Australia sponsors FIRST Australia ro run FRC competitions.
All Australia FRC Teams are grateful for their support and committment to STEAM Learning.
The City of Armadale allocated a Community Contributions Grant to Armadale Robotics Clubs in 2017 to help us grow. We shared it with all the ARC schools in the COA.
Community Engagement gives our students the opportunity to share what they are achieving and give back to their community.
Business Armadale helps us connect with local businesses who can help us achieve our goals and offer students their encouragement and support.
Curtin University assists ARC in several ways. Curtin Engineering Outreach provides mentors, guest speakers, and support for our integrated Cecil Andrews College Digital Technologies Teacher Development School program. The ARC Robotics Club Coordinators and mentors gain knowledge and skills to take back to their schools. Cecil Andrews College is also a member of the Curtin University Innovative School Consortium.
CoderDojoWA and the Fogarty Foundation support ARC schools in participating in CoderDojo in their Robotics Clubs which facilitates Coding opportunities and resource sharing. Guest speakers provide training through ARC integrated DigiTech TDS
Armadale Kelmscott Lions support ARC schools in participating in FIRST Programs with big encouragement and small financial contributions.
WA businesses supporting us.
SEARLE Fasteners support ARC schools in participating in FIRST Robotics with specialist bolts, nuts, and washers.
Battery World Armadale support ARC schools in participating in FIRST Robotics with low voltage electrical supplies and Batteries.