More Than Robots
T.W.C.A. is an award-winning FIRST Tech Challenge Team (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in Hurricane, Utah. We are comprised of 7 team members ages 12-16 and several adult mentors.
Follow our journey as we strive to achieve our goals of becoming better friends, mentors, engineers, and ambassadors of FIRST and STEM in our community. We are thankful for the friendships we made during our last 3 seasons and look forward to meeting many new people through the new 2022-2023 Power Play season. Please enjoy this video from co-creator of the hit Disney show, Phineas and Ferb as he wishes us luck!
T.W.C.A. was invited to participate in the 2022 FIRST Championship in Houston, Texas! We would like to thank all of our fans and sponsors that helped us raise the funds we needed to make the trip. Through our experience at the FIRST Championship, we learned more than we have learned over our last 3 years combined. We are excited to begin our fourth season armed with new tools to help not only ourselves but other teams become better teammates and engineers.
Meet the 2022-2023 Team
Thank You To Our Sponsors!
Our program exists because of generous donations from businesses and individuals in our community! If you would like to contribute to our team, please follow the instructions below or reach out to us through our contact page:
– Select “one time” payment and an amount.
– Choose your Designation as “Extension Sites > Washington County.”
– For Gift Instructions, enter: “TWCA 4-H Robotics Club” in the text box
– Fill out your personal information.
– Choose the affiliation that best describes you (default to “friend” if you’re a business).
– Proceed to Payment
**(Please send us an email notifying that you donated by this online method. This way we can watch for it to enter our account. Sometimes our funds get mixed in with USU’s account and we have to track it down. It is rare, but happens! Better safe than sorry).
Last season we performed over 1,800 hours promoting FIRST in-person and virtually, and volunteering in the Southern Utah STEM community, with an estimated reach of over 100,000 impacted. For the Power Play season, we have been busy again volunteering and teaching about STEM locally, statewide and even through some international online events.
In the News
Over the last 3 years, we have found ourselves in multiple print articles and publications including the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and St. George News. We were also featured in a promotional video for the grand opening of Utah Tech Universities’, Atwood Innovation Plaza and newscasts on FOX13 and KUTV.
Get in Touch
We would love to present our robot and season at your STEM event. Please reach out to us and let us know about opportunities you may have for us!
We are also in constant need of community sponsors to help us achieve our goals! You can reach us by emailing: email@example.com