Our team roster is currently full for the 2022-2023 season! We are already several months into our offseason training programs. Thank you everyone for your interest. If you want to learn more, you can send email to info@littletonrobotics.org. Otherwise, check back in the spring of 2023 to apply for next season’s team!

Joining FRC Team 6328 – Mechanical Advantage

Mechanical Advantage FRC 6328 is open to student team members who are willing to work hard and commit to the 6328 family. We generally accept students ages 13-18 (grades 8-12) from any school/community in the area. We are a community-based team and not tied to a particular school or town.

Generally, we accept new students in May/June/July for the following competition season that starts in January. This is because we spend the summer and fall doing internal trainings, outreach, and team bonding activities that prepare the team for the intensity of the competition season. Exceptions can sometimes be made, however, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

We have opportunities in the following areas and students are encouraged to explore as many as they are interested in. Previous experience is not required.

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Software/computer science
  • Electrical/control systems
  • CAD/CAM
  • Machining/manufacturing
  • Strategy
  • Data analysis
  • App development
  • Website development
  • Graphic design
  • Project management
  • Photography/videography
  • Social media
  • Publicity/media outreach
  • Fundraising
  • Writing/documentation
  • Bookkeeping

In Season (January-April)

The season starts the first weekend of January, when that year’s game and rules are released. The team then designs, machines, builds, programs, and tests a robot to compete in the game, and completes documentation and award applications, all of which is a huge task. Then, the team competes in 2-3 New England district weekend competitions (or, occasionally, 2 in New England and 1 slightly further afield) starting at the end of February/beginning of March. Based on the results of those competitions, the team can be invited to compete at the New England Championships in early April and the World Championships held in Detroit MI in late April.

Through build and competition season, the team will generally have work hours five days/week, including some on weekends. Students are not expected to be at all work hours. The time commitment for an individual student will depend on what sub-team(s) the student is part of, their personal schedule and availability, and their leadership role on the team. And, as they will hear us say all the time, SCHOOL COMES FIRST!

Off Season (May-December)

“Teams are built in the off season!” While things do quiet down during the off season, the team is still working hard. This is the time we focus on outreach, fundraising, training, organizing, our FLL program, and everything else that needs to happen so we can hit the ground running in January.

Interested in learning more? Reach out to info@littletonrobotics.org.

Interested in being a mentor?

If you are interested in helping to teach the next generation of STEM leaders, we are always looking for additional mentors for our team. Our mentors are team parents, local FIRST alum, and/or community members who have skills to contribute. FIRST experience is not required and we’re looking for mentors in all the areas listed above for the technical and business teams. Must be 18+ and able to pass a background check through FIRST.

Apply to be a 6328 mentor

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