The third annual RAMTEC Summer Robotics Camp is being held at RAMTEC on Tri-Rivers Career Center’s Campus, June 9-11, 8:30am-3p.m. each day.
Thirty-eight students from area high schools and middle schools are participating in this event sponsored by the Honda Foundation and RAMTEC.
The students will learn to build and program robots during the three-day camp.
Vex Robotics Judge Larry Wood with North
Union Middle Schoolers celebrating a win! Robots Rock!
The Tri-Rivers RAMTEC Vex Robotics League has earned a Honda North
America grant for $25,000 to increase student interest in becoming
future manufacturing and engineering technicians, according to
Ritch Ramey, RAMTEC Coordinator.
The grant, written by Ramey, will help Central Ohio schools expand
their engineering technology awareness and Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math (STEM) curriculum. Since 2003 Ramey and
area Industrial Technology and STEM instructors have successfully
implemented more than $800,000 worth or STEM curriculum into
area schools. Read more
Congratulations to TRCC RAMTEC student, Matt Reebel, he earned a trip to the Ohio State Vex Championships to be held February 22 at Harding High in Marion.
Thirty-six high school and 18 middle school teams will qualify for the Ohio State Championship (OSC). Ten high school teams and three middle school teams will qualify for the Vex Toss Up World Championships at the OSC. OSC High School three team alliance winners, runner up alliance, Design, Excellence, Programming Skills, Driver Skills and Innovation award winners will advance to the Worlds.
Members of the Marion Industrial Club toured RAMTEC Tuesday, Dec. 10
Rodney Grover, Senior Development Officer from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation (SME EF) presents Tri-Rivers Superintendent Chuck Speelman with a $5,000 check during his visit to RAMTEC today.