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FRC 868



Women In Technology Workshop

In 2015, TechHOUNDS launched the first central Indiana Women in Technology Workshop (independent of the Carmel school system), a novel student-run conference that encourages middle school girls from across Indiana to pursue STEM careers. In addition to computer science (featuring the 1150 Coding Academy) and CAD sessions, the program

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Carmel High School's TechHOUNDS Robotics Team has a strong commitment to furthering the development of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics in Carmel and the central Indiana community. Through the HoundFound

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Helping HOUNDS

The HelpingHOUNDS Resource Library is intended to provide FRC teams with the knowledge and capabilities to effectively found and sustain their team. Over the course of our 15-year history, TechHOUNDS has independently created hundreds of documents that detail the

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Engineering Workshops

Building on the success of our FIRSTEP summer engineering camp, TechHOUNDS has developed an innovative, hour-long engineering workshop curriculum to inspire students in grades 1-8 to pursue FIRST programs in elementary, middle, and high schools. These workshops, hosted

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Build It With TechHOUNDS

Build It With TechHOUNDS is a novel program intended to foster community investment in education and development of high-quality, low-cost mechanical or robotic products. By partnering with local service-oriented nonprofits, student organizations, and

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TechHOUNDS places heavy emphasis on supporting all robotics teams in the surrounding area. Thus, we have formed and worked with a variety of local FRC, FLL, Jr. FLL, and VEX organizations to educate and inspire generations of innovators. Just as FIRST has

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Speaking to Inspire

On several occasions, TechHOUNDS has addressed the Carmel Clay School Board (serving 12000+ students), demonstrating the importance of hands-on robotics education. Not only has this reinforced our administration's support of the TechHOUNDS; several

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