Employees from Exxon Mobile Baton Rouge, one of the largest and most integrated petrochemical complexes in the world, volunteer their time with Team 4209 to help students learn technology, computer programming, and general building skills.
Interested in volunteering? Email Alexander Daniel at email@example.com
FIRST Team 4209 Tigerbytes welcomes students in grades 8-12 from any school in the Greater Baton Rouge Area! Our build season starts the beginning of January and ends the middle of February. After the build season, time is spent from mid-February-March working on additional robot parts. During our season, we meet from 2:30 to 6:30 at Lee High School. If you are interested, contact Alexander Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org
To educate the community's youth and promote a passion for science and technology while instilling values such as teamwork and gracious professionalism.
Meet FIRST Team 4209
Welcome to Team 4209's website. We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate the community's youth and promote a passion for science and technology while instilling values such as teamwork and professionalism. Our members promote these goals through community service activities, technology camps, and participation in FIRST FRC Robotics competitions.
TigerBytes Team 4209 is a growing team that is entering its fourth year as part of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) founded by Dean Kamen, a prominent advocate of science and technology.
Every dollar donated to Team 4209 goes to funding our team's robot, tools, community service initiatives, and outreach projects.
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Starting with the 2018 season, First Team 4209 is being sponsored by the new Lee Magnet High School and Baton Rouge Magnet High School. We are excited to continue our tradition of promoting passion for science, technology, engineer and mathematics at the all new Lee High!