It’s about leadership, sportsmanship and service to the community. Team 1939 members build competition robots — and routinely win top awards for their efforts — but they also use their STEM skills to serve others. In classrooms and clubs, robotics students learn mechanical and electrical engineering, design thinking, tool usage, prototyping, wiring and programming. They become innovators and confident thinkers as they solve problems and refine their work. And they transform lives through community service.