Volunteers | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Volunteers

Are you passionate about robotics, programming, science, technology, engineering, and/or inspiring the next generation of STEM leaders? We need YOUR help to organize Ottawa’s largest robotics competition! There’s a role for everyone!

Fill out the form below to apply.

 

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  • Our Vision

      The IEEE Ottawa Robotics Competition aims to expose grade 5 to 12 students to STEM fields through a multidimensional approach.
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      Our volunteers come from all over Ottawa, but we would also like to give a special mention to our volunteers from IBM Ottawa! Not only do they sponsor the event, but they also donate their time and effort to make every ORC one you won't forget! #IBMSTEM4Girls
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      Nos bénévoles viennent de partout à Ottawa, mais nous aimerions aussi accorder une mention spéciale à nos bénévoles d'IBM Ottawa ! Non seulement ils commanditent l'événement, mais ils donnent aussi leur temps et leurs efforts pour rendre chaque CRO mémorable ! #IBMSTEM4GirlsWe are SO grateful to have IBM Ottawa to be a large part of the 15th annual IEEE ORC!!

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      A fascinating talk on the need to adapt our education system.

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