Botball, Jr. Botball Challenge is a standards-based educational Robotics program for schools and community groups, ages middle school through secondary school.  Contact:  Darren Kwock - Phone: 808-384-1442;  Email: hawaiibotball@gmail.com;  Website:  http://www.botball.org

Engineers’ Council at the University of Hawaiʻi (ECUH) is a student-operated executive board, consisting of elected executive board (officer) positions, Affiliate College of Engineering (COE) Student Organization representatives, Affiliate COE Project Organizations, and a council member body. The mission of the ECUH is to provide unity action through cooperative, transparent, and effective representation of the student body of the COE at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.   Contact:  Ryan Inouye -  Phone: 808-636-3477;  Email: events@ecuh.org

FIRST Robotics Competition Friends of Hawaii Robotics is a registered Hawaii 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, non-partisan organization that supports nine Hawaii school’s robotics programs statewide, including FRC and Botball. A volunteer Board of Directors work daily to build partnerships that capitalize on Hawaii schools/ teams past successes, to create future STEM opportunities for Hawaii students. Contact: Leonard Klompus - Phone: 808-386-4001;  Email: lenny@friendsofhawaiirobotics.com;  Website: friendsofhawaiirobotics.org

Hawaii First Tech Challenge (Hawaii FTC)  Hawaii FTC is an organization of volunteers that provides leadership, information, support for FTC robotics events in Hawaii. Teams of middle and high school students develop strategies to design and build competitive robots, earning recognition for robot performance as well as community service and for exemplifying gracious professionalism.  Contact: Aaron Dengler -  Phone: 808-375-9263;  Email: info@hawaiiftc.org

Hawaii FIRST LEGO League (HFLL) is a STEM program focusing on ages 9-14; our teams do research and create an innovative solution to a real-world problem.  Students use the LEGO Mindstorms robotics platform to build robots to carryout a wide variety of missions.  Contact: Blaine Kashiwaeda - Phone: 808-392-2528;  Email: bkashiwaeda@hotmail.com;  Website:  http://hawaiifll.org

Hawaii MATHCOUNTS is a national competition program that promotes middle school math.  Contact:  Barry Nakamoto -  Phone: 808-543-7980;  Email: barry.nakamoto@hawaiianelectric.com;  Website:  www.hspeef.com

Hawaii Science Bowl is a Jeopardy format competition on various science disciplines and the winning team will represent Hawaii in the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. Contact: Steve Golden - Phone: 808-546-3877;  Email: steven.golden@hawaiiantel.com;  Website:  http://hawaiisciencebowl.pcatt.org

Physics Olympics is one day event where high school where high school students apply physics concepts to compete in various hands on activities.  Contact: Jelena Maricic - Phone: 808-956-7176;  Email: jelena@phys.hawaii.edu

Robofest is the local chapter of an international scholastic program designed to excite students about STEM through robotics.  Contact: Lynn Fujioka - Phone: 808-988-1931; Email: lynnfujioka@gmail.com;  Website:  http://hawaiirobofest.wordpress.com

State Mathematics Competition (Math Bowl)'s purpose is to stimulate interest in the learning of mathematics through mathematical challenges, which may be likened to creating enthusiasm in sports through athletic contests.  Contact: Scott K. Hyde - Phone: 808-675-3308 or 808-675-4720;  Email: hydes@byuh.edu or mathadmin@byuh.edu;  Website: http://math.byuh.edu/mathbowl/home

 

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