FIRST Robotics

Electroimpact helps to encourage today’s students to consider engineering and technical careers by mentoring FIRST Robotics teams. Mentor engineers from EI work with the students through the first part of the school year leading up to the national FIRST competition. Students are introduced to basics of engineering including math related to force, torque, motors, gearboxes, fasteners, pneumatic components, electrical systems, and programming.

Team Pronto #3070
Shorewood High School, Shoreline

Team Pronto strives to organize a robotics club with the objective of designing and building a robot for the FIRST® Robotics Competition. In addition, the team aims to instill the core values of FIRST and to ensure each individual receives the best experience possible by recognizing and appreciating the value of that individual in whatever capacity served.


CyberKnights #4911
King's High School, Shoreline

The CyberKnights (formerly 3717) is a FRC robotics team from Shoreline, WA. Electroimpact has been working with the team since 2012 by offering guidance and resources.

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Iron Riders #4180
Roosevelt High School, Seattle

Electroimpact has been the team’s major sponsor for the last two years, donating $5000 last year and $10,000 this year to the team. EI also donated logistical support, fasteners and testing space at our facilities.

Two of our employees, Mike Dores and Jim Thompson, donated dozens of their own volunteer hours to mentor the team and provide testing and logistical support.

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SkunkWorks #1983
Raisbeck Aviation High School, Seattle

First sponsorship in 2016. EI contributed $5000. The stundents on the Skunkworks team compete in two different robots competitions: VEX (http://www.vexrobotics.com/) and FIRST (http://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/frc). Students start on the VEX team before advancing to work on the FIRST team. Raisbeck HS is FIRST Team 1983 - Skunk Works.


Robogators Team 2 #6438
Northshore Christian Academy, Everett

The Robogators Team 2 competes in FIRST Lego League. They made it to the 2016 Washington State Championship and placed in 3rd while accumulating several awards.

  • 2016 North Seattle Qualifier-Robot Performance Award (Highest Scoring Robot)
  • 2016 North Seattle Qualifier-Robot Strategy & Innovation Award
  • 2016 WA State Semi Finals-Robot Performance Award (Highest Scoring Robot)
  • 2016 WA State Semi Finals-Robot Strategy & Innovation Award
  • 2016 WA State Championships-Project Research Award
  • 2016 WA State Championship- 3rd Place Finish

Jack In The Bot #2910
Henry M. Jackson High School, Mill Creek

Electroimpact helped the Jack in the Bots with donations and setting up tool and part kits for their competitions. Jack in the Bots made it to the semi-finals and one the Imagery Award at the disctrict-level qualifying event March 11-13, 2016. A total of thirty-eight teams from Washington, Oregon, and Alaska took part in the competition.


Robo Raiders #3681
Nathan Hale High School, Seattle

Robo Raiders Team 3681 is an all-inclusive team comprised of all grade levels at Nathan Hale High School. With interests in science, business, and engineering, the team includes students of all skill types and levels.


FrostByte #3662
Sno-Isle Tech, Everett

Team FrostByte competed up through the 2013 FRC season.