Central Texas FIRST® Robotics consist of volunteer-driven youth programs; from the organizing committees down to the pit crew at the tournaments, it takes more than 900 volunteers each year to allow us to keep the action going for everyone in Central Texas. So we need your help! Our volunteer positions DO NOT require any technical knowledge or experience. The only thing we require from our volunteers is a positive attitude and willingness to have a great time!
Interested in working with a team once, or once a week? Our FLL teams would love to see you!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering!
Join us as the top 56 most well-rounded teams celebrate their achievements this season at our championship event! We have several roles available for both half-day and full-day commitments. You can see more information about those roles here.
- Sign-in to the official Volunteer Matching and Information System. Please refer to this User Guide for help, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
- Apply for the Central TX FLL Invitational event in Austin, TX. (Picture)
- Select your top 5 preferences for volunteer roles!
Questions about volunteering at an event? Email email@example.com!
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL Jr.) Events
To learn more about the different volunteer roles during FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL Jr.) Events:
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Events
To learn more about the different volunteer roles during FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Events:
To prepare our volunteers to participate at Central Texas FIRST® events, we host mandatory training sessions online using a webinar format. With that said, . It is also important to note that, some technical volunteers, like Referees or FTC Inspectors, are required to attend in-person training events to get hands on experience that will ensure their success on tournament day.
Volunteer Orientation and Training
Please RSVP for one of our two Volunteer Orientation webinars for the Invitational tournament at Connally High School, February 20th.
Be sure to allow “GoToMeeting” Webinar Services through your computer’s firewall. It is also important to note that, some technical volunteers, like Referees, are required to attend in-person training events to get hands on experience that will ensure their success on tournament day.