HH Dow High School Robotics
FRC Team 2619, The Charge, participated in the Great Lakes Bay Bot Bash at H.H. Dow High School, October 18, 2014. The team finished second out of the 20 teams that participated and was captain of the second alliance.
We are The Charge, Team 2619, a FIRST robotics team from Midland, Michigan, working "to create a world where science and technology are celebrated, where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes".
The Charge – The HH Dow High School Robotics Team – is a team of high school students and adult mentors who participate in FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, http://www.usfirst.org) robotics competitions.
The Charge is organized as a club within HH Dow High School and Midland Public Schools. The primary focus of the robotics team is to design, fabricate, construct, and test a large-scale robot for regional, state, and international competitions. The team brings together skills in areas of business, communications, fund raising, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and programming to effectively compete in the FIRST Robotics Competitions. The team is an opportunity for the students to work with a wide range of mentors with industry experience to gain hands-on technical and teamwork skills in a high energy environment.
Sponsors of The Charge include FIRST of the Great Lakes Bay Region, The Dow Chemical Company, Nexteer, Midland Steel and Midland Public Schools.
As a member of FIRST of the Great Lakes Bay Region, The Charge works with fellow FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams in the Bay, Midland, Saginaw, and Isabella Counties in the State of Michigan. For more information on FIRST of the Great Lakes Bay Region, please visit http://www.first-glbr.org/. FRC teams within the State of Michigan are organized through FIRST in Michigan. For more information on FIRST in Michigan, please visit http://www.firstinmichigan.org/index.html.