Author: Ayrton Seals
As the FRC season wraps up for Corsair Robotics 2612, our seniors on the team will be saying their last good-byes as Corsairs. To properly say good-byes, I asked them each two questions about what their plans after high school and what they learned while on the team that they might apply to the real world.
Ysabel Miller, spirit chairperson and photographer, said she’s moving to Florida and going to college. Ysabel learned from robotics the importance of teamwork.
Nick Green, programmer, said he is going to Oakland University for college and wants to major in computer science and computer engineering. After a few years, he wants to go back and get his dual major for MBA and MS in financing. Nick learned how to work with people and how to work under pressure.
Maddie Brien, blogger, said she’s going to Northern Michigan University and studying biology. Maddie learned from robotics how to live on nothing but cups of Ramen Noodles and Fruit Roll-Ups for three days.
Andrew Moy, team captain, said he is attending Wayne State University in the fall and would like to become a FIRST volunteer. He learned from robotics He learned from robotics how to work with others and how to compromise to reach a common goal.
For all the seniors on the team, I hope you had an amazing year being a part of Corsair Robotics 2612.
ACKNOWLEDGING OUR GENEROUS FRC SPONSORS
Thank you to GM Foundation and Michigan Department of Education for their continued support!
We also thank the following 2015-2016 sponsors to date:
Wayne State University's C2 Pipeline
Paulson's Audio & Video
Cross The Road Electronics
Genisys Credit Union
Joe Lunghamer Chevrolet
Laser Cutting Company, Inc.
NSB Agency, Inc.
Oscar W. Larson Co.
Terminal Supply Co.
Discount Battery - Waterford
Cottage Inn Pizza - Waterford
Far Flung Travels
Henn Racing Technologies
LCPL Troy D. Nealey AMVETS Post 1583 (Eaton Rapids, MI)
Light Green Water
Michigan Chiropractic Specialists
MO-TEC Automotive Service
Ridge To Valley Roofing, LLC
The Wernette Law Firm, PLLC
Rhonda M. Seals
THE BLOG TEAM
Jenna McCleese, Freshman