Green Hope Robotics Team 5190 strives to enrich the lives of students and mentors through STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) education and the FIRST organization. Our team structure engages and augments the learning provided by schools. We make every effort to set forth a lifelong passion for becoming a global leader in a respective field of our world economy.
Green Hope Robotics Team 5190 was founded in October 2013 by two students with a passion for technology, Jasper Brindis and Griffin College. During the team’s first season its members learned about the FIRST organization, robotics, and the world around them. The Green Hope Robotics team has raised over $35,000 towards their endeavors and enriching their community. The team competed in their first event during the month of March at the North Carolina Regional competition. The Green Hope Robotics Team finished as an eighth seed at the event out of 54 teams and won the competition’s Rookie All-Star award giving them an automatic buy into the FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition) National Championship.
The team raised $20,000 in four short weeks and the entire team attended the Championship in St. Louis Missouri. At the National Championship the team finished 77th out of 100 FRC teams in the Newton division. At the Championship the Green Hope Robotics Team finished its season by winning the National Rookie Inspiration award. The team continues to work hard with a goal to embody the messages of the FIRST organization just as they have done in their first season.
Our first season…