since his joining the team 4 years ago, Grant has enjoyed working as a fabricator on our team. The hard work of the team mixed with the fun (such as playing super smash bros. with other team members up at competition) has made FRC an enjoyable and productive experience.
Jarryd, here for his rookie year, has mentioned that the teamwork and communication of the team makes FRC a fun and exciting hobby for him. He says that robotics has caught his attention and been a great time for him.
Matthew Spillman (Captain)
Isac was attracted to the team by the thrill of building the robot and the competition. He has enjoyed working with other team members and learning hands on mechanical and electrical skills. He is excited to continue in the future years,
Anson has had a love for computers and the science and programming behind robotic engineering. In his second year on the team, Anson has worked by helping Matt with the programming and troubleshooting of the robot code.
Kaitlin Nelson (Captain)
Kaitlin has been on the team for four years now, and aspires to work as a character designer for video games or kids movies. She feels that her time working on the team has helped teach teamwork and development skills for her future.
Marshall has been a member of the team since its rookie year, and has mentioned that it has taught him team work and computer science skills from his time as a programmer. He felt that being able to participate has helped him prepare for college in the coming year
Coming from a stressful young life, Morgan has felt that the Fellowship of FRC team 4166 has helped improve her sociability and punctuality. While this is her rookie year, she is excited to see where she, and the team can go in the coming years.
In the four years Brianna has been on the team, Brianna has felt that she grown emotionally and physically, learning how to better work with teams, and management skills that will be useful towards her future career.