FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is an organization created by Dean Kamen to promote science and technology to students by creating exciting events where students create and operate robots in a unique challenge. 

​There are four divisions of FIRST divided up by age: Jr. FLL (Junior First Lego League), FLL (First Lego League), FTC (First Tech Challenge), and FRC (First Robotics Challenge).

Learn More »

Help Us

​​Fusion Robotics is always looking for help in any form. Donations of any type including monetary, service, or item donations are always welcome. Fusion Robotics is also always open to mentors who are willing to share their expertise with the teams including engineering, computer programming, business or accounting, or almost any other type of skill. 

​If you are interested in helping Fusion Robotics, please us the Contact Us page to let us know.

​Learn More »

We support award winning FIRST Robotics teams

Fusion Robotics is a corporation whose purpose is to create and support robotics teams who compete in FIRST tournaments. We currently have four teams, Fusion, Micro Fusion, Nuclear Fusion, and Nano Fusion. 

FIRST stands for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.   There are four different leagues within FIRST, Jr. FLL (First Lego League), FLL (First Lego League), FTC (First Tech Challenge), and FRC (First Robotics Challenge). 

For more information about FIRST, the First Tech Challenge, or if you want information on creating or joining a team, see the About FIRST page.

We are Fusion

Fusion Robotics was created in 2014 to support a FIRST FTC team. The goal was to provide an environment for the students that allowed them to experience all the aspects of creating a successful FTC team including creating a business plan, financial documents, fundraising, and outreach. 

In order to fully provide fundraising efforts by the students, Fusion Robotics is a recognized public 501(c)3 charity.  All donations to Fusion Robotics are tax deductible.

Learn More »