BEST Robotics

BEST Robotics

BEST Robotics logo

BEST Robotics logo

BEST Robotics, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to inspire middle through high school students to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, and business through participation in a sports-like, hands-on, real-world engineering-based robotics competition. BEST was started by a couple engineers from Texas Instruments in 1993.  

 

2017 Teaser Video

 

Penn State DuBois is the new hub for Central PA of the BEST Robotics competition!

BEST Robotics, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to inspire middle through high school students to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology, and business through participation in a sports-like, hands-on, real-world engineering-based robotics competition. BEST was started by a couple engineers from Texas Instruments in 1993.  

Our event would not be possible without our 2017 sponsors:

 

Platinum Sponsors

Christine Beretsel ’86 Business

Dr. Francie (Erickson) ’83 Education  &  Dave “82 Liberal Arts Spigelmyer

 

Gold Sponsors

Miller Welding & Machine

Farmers National Bank

 

Silver Sponsors

Atlas Pressed Metals

Comtec Manufacturing

Phoenix Sintered Metals

 

Bronze Sponsor

Eastern Sintered Alloys

 

 

BEST Robotics at Penn State DuBois event dates for Fall 2016

  • Saturday, September 9: Kick-off Event and unveiling of the game at the Penn State DuBois campus. Time TBA
  • Saturday, October 7: Practice day in DuBois, PA.  9am-5pm - teams receive practice block times; at the DuBois Mall
  • GAMEDAYS:  Friday, October 20, & Saturday, October 21, at the Penn State DuBois campus. We invite you to the Penn State DuBois Campus to see the actual competition on Saturday, October 21, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in the college’s Multi-Purpose Building.

Interested in signing up your school? Contact:

Dr. Stephen Feldbauer

1 College Place

DuBois, PA 15801

slf18@psu.edu

814.335.0325

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