FIRST Robotics Competition - Support Resources

To start a team a FIRST team in Georgia, or to access team and robot development resources, open this article to learn more.

Here you will find a concise list of resources to help you get started.








FRC Support - FIRST Robotics Competition

Getting Started

FRC Technical Resources

FRC Pneumatic Technical Resources

Safety Program Material 

Additional Resources

Open Source Projects, from Kell Robotics


FIRST Website Resources


To start a team, or get FRC program support, contact Ed Barker

To learn more, visit FIRST Robotics Competition

To stay connected with FRC in Georgia visit


FTC Support - FIRST Tech Challenge

FTC is for 7th to 12th grade students

To start a team or get FTC program support, contact Robert May

To learn more, visit FIRST Tech Challenge

To stay connected with FTC in Georgia visit


FLL & JrFLL Support - FIRST LEGO League & Junior FIRST LEGO League

FLL is for 9-14 year old students,  JrFLL is for grades K-3, ages 6-9

To start a team or learn more, visit FIRST LEGO League or Junior FIRST LEGO League

To connect with the Georgia JrFLL and FLL system, visit Georgia FIRST LEGO League


About This Support System

There are actually multiple systems at work here.

FIRST Robotics Competition District Event Development

The FRC District Event development is done by Connie Haynes, Executive Director of GeorgiaFIRST, and the staff of GeorgiaFIRST.

STEM Learning Support Hub Development

The STEM Learning Support Hub Development for FRC and other STEM activities are driven by Ed Barker at Kennesaw State University and a teaming partnership agreement between Kennesaw State University and Kell Robotics, a participant in the FIRST Robotics Competition.




Kell Robotics
3939 Royal Drive, STE 216
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144

STEM Leadership Foundation
3939 Royal Drive, STE 216
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144



Give us a call at678-463-3887

Email us at



Subscribe and get the latest updates, news, and more...