Our Mentors: The People Who Keep Us Going

We would like to personally thank all of the team mentors who come in on a weekly basis to help us advance our skills in programming and mechanics. These men have helped us greatly in our efforts to become a successful robotics team. Thank you for your support.

  • Tim Pullen
    Tim Pullen

    Degree: Mechanical Engineering, MBA
    Day Job: Manufacturing Engineering Manager at SPX Cooling Technologies
    Why do you help out with Robotics? It’s important to encourage students to consider careers in science and technology. I enjoy working with the students.

  • Thomas Wilson
    Thomas Wilson

    Degree: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Technology
    Day Job: Project Manager/ Site Coordinator at Elekta

  • Preston Rabe
    Preston Rabe

    Degree: Computer engineering
    Day Job: Employee at Garmin
    Why do you help with Robotics? I was involved in their robotics team for 2.5 years before high school graduation, and I still am interested in assisting the team to promote science, math, and engineering at the high school level.

  • Mick Schneider
    Mick Schneider Founding Mentor

    Degree: MS Structural Engineering, MS Engineering Management
    Day Job: Vice President of Engineering for Bluescope Construction
    Why do you help with Robotics?: Engineering, Science, and Math are extremely important to our future. FIRST enables students to generate passion and excitement on the same level as varsity sports. Also… It’s fun.

  • Bob Keeney
    Bob Keeney

    Degree: Electrical Engineering
    Day Job: Owner and Founder of BKeeney Software Inc.

  • Bob Brady
    Bob Brady

    Degree: Electrical Engineering
    Day Job: Project Director at Black and Veatch
    Why do you help with Robotics? I enjoy seeing the students grow in design and build skills.

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