Supporting FAMNM as a Student Organization
Partner for Volunteer Hours
FAMNM hosts and participates in a variety of on and off campus events throughout the school year. If your members are having difficulty completing volunteer hour requirements, or are looking for STEM-focused volunteer opportunities, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. FAMNM supports both long-term volunteering partnerships and one-time events. The table below contains an approximate timeline for some of our major events, though by no means is it complete. Please note that all volunteers at FAMNM events are required to have completed a university background check and the minors on campus training.
|Time||Event||Location||Grade Level||Training Level||Commitment|
|August||FRC Offseason||Area high school||6-12||None||1 or 2 days|
|Early September||FTC Kickoff||North Campus||6-8||Minors on Campus||½ day|
|Late October - Early November||FAMNM Forums||North Campus||6-12||Minors on Campus||½ day|
|Early January||FRC Kickoff||North Campus||9-12||Minors on Campus||1 day|
|Early January||FRC Quickbuild||North Campus||9-12||1 day
|January - April||FRC Mentoring||Area High Schools||9-12||FAMNM Mentor Training. Some FIRST, robotic, mechanical, electrical, or CS background is advised.||Minimum 8 hours a week for the winter semester|
|March - April||FRC Volunteering||Michigan highschools and colleges||9-12||None, though some roles require FIRST certification||All Day Friday & Saturday|
Middle and High School Outreach Opportunities FIRST Robotics Students
FAMNM’s on and off campus events are great places to interact with future wolverines, their families, and the Ann Arbor Robotics community. All of our north campus events are great places to demo your team’s project to enthusiastic students or set up a table to engage your target communities. Most of these events fall between August and January, contact email@example.com for the current dates.
Connect with the College of Engineering Community
FAMNM enthusiastically participates in a number of College of Engineering community-building events. Join us for the CoE Diversity Mixer, listen to other organization’s stories with us at DEI-focused symposiums, learn about the Ginsberg Center’s sponsored organization’s efforts at their annual poster session, and more. Again, firstname.lastname@example.org has the scoop on our on-campus community events.