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Space Cookies Robotics Teams

The Space Cookies robotics teams include girls from across the Bay Area in partnership with the NASA Ames Research Center and Girl Scouts of Northern California.

Students, with guidance from mentors, design, build, and program innovative robots and compete in a variety of events. In addition to learning valuable engineering skills, students gain life skills such as teamwork, perseverance, communication, collaboration, project management, and critical thinking.

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SPACE COOKIES FRC TEAM 1868

GIRL SCOUT TROOP 62868

Space Cookies FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1868 was founded in 2006 as a partnership between NASA and the Girl Scouts. We believe that all girls have the potential to change our world. As both a Girl Scout troop and FIRST FRC team, we are in a unique position to serve as a force for changing people, challenging perceptions, constructing programs, and creating possibilities.

FRC team members are grades 9 - 12

SPACE COOKIES VEX TEAM 1868

GIRL SCOUT TROOP 62768

Space Cookies VEX Team 1868 was founded in 2012 as a way to include more girls in Space Cookies. including those in middle school. VEX team members work in teams to design, build, test, and compete with robots using the VEX EDR platform. We also organize outreach events to encourage girls to explore and consider STEM fields. Our lab is at NASA Ames Research Center. To contact us, please email us at vex.spacecookies@gmail.com

VEX team members are grades 6 - 12