This weeks Future Engineer is Kettle Falls Sophmore Jessica Lawrence who has been in FRC for two years. "Before joining robotics I had no interest in engineering whatsoever and had no idea what I would be doing but now Im wiring lead!"
Today's Future Engineer is Kettle Falls HS Junior, Taylor Dunlap. She has been part of FRC for three years. "Being apart of robotics has opened many new pathways and opportunities for me and my future. I have gained confidence in skills that I never thought I would have since I joined the robotics team. I am very thankful to be apart of something so impactful."
Today we would like to feature senior Capriana Meinke from team 4125, Confidential. She is part of the electrical team and she has participated in FRC for three years. "Being in electrical helps me understand what I want to do with my life. Not only to become an electrician necessarily, but it gives me the skills to do anything I want. It helps give me a direction and a purpose, which is all I need to make something for myself. I know who I want to be now."
"Electrical doesn't give me the confidence to be a strong woman, or to feel equal, it gives me the confidence to be me. At the end of the day on the electrical team that's the only thing that matters."