Reengage this season with In-person Tournaments, Live Remote Tournaments and In-person Skills-Only event options.

The REC Foundation is excited for the 2021-22 competition season, and we can't wait to see how the robotics community thrives in all the event options for this year. Check them out below!

Need help? Connect with our enhanced support model of Team Engagement and Event Engagement Managers who are ready to get your team started competing this season!

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Review the different competition options available to choose what is right for you team.

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Online Challenges

REC Foundation Online Challenge program creates opportunities for students to expand their skills and knowledge and includes programming and design, video production, research projects, community engagement and so much more.  

The 2021- 2022 Online Challenges will be released mid-October and will be due mid-January. 

View last year's Online Challenges here.

VIQC & VRC Virtual Skills

Are you ready to start planning, strategizing, and coding your robot for the new competition season? Simply register a team, and get started with Virtual Skills coding for the 2021-2022 VEX Robotics Competition and VEX IQ Challenge games. Experience the fun and excitement of Skills Challenges, while learning computer science with VEXcode VR. Take advantage of knowledge base articles, lessons, and teacher resources today!

Click here to learn more.

VEX Worlds 2022

The 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship will take place in Dallas, Texas, May 3-12.

We’re Here to Help!

Our dedicated regional support model consists of team and event engagement managers (US) and regional support managers (International) to help you along the way.

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