Our Vision:

“To transform our culture by creating a world where science and technology are celebrated and where young people dream of becoming science and technology leaders.”

Representing Eagan High School, Team 2220 Blue Twilight consists of a diverse community of students, mentors, volunteers, and sponsors. Team 2220 strives not only to excel in the FIRST Robotics Competition each year, but also to educate our students and the community about STEM and professional life. We work to help students learn the valuable skills of critical thinking, cooperation, professionalism, and creativity; abilities that they will carry forth into the future. In every aspect of our team, we aim to live by our motto: lighting up robotics, lighting up the world.


Mission statement for the 2018-19 season: Underclassmen will have a basic understanding of all team skills and a niche understanding of a certain set of skills in order to pass on knowledge to future members and build a consistent and effective robot that can participate in multiple stages of competitions and outreach.

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FIRST stands for…

For

Inspiration and

Recognition of

Science and

Technology


Our Team

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Our Story

team 2220 winning the chairman’s finalist award at the 2018 world championship

team 2220 winning the chairman’s finalist award at the 2018 world championship

Team 2220 was founded in 2006 with 20 members. 10 years later, we have more than doubled the number of students and has over 30 mentors within the FRC program.

Our Outreach Efforts

Team 2220 members spreading the message of first at the minnesota state fair.

Team 2220 members spreading the message of first at the minnesota state fair.

We are known for our extensive efforts to connect with our community and the world. We frequently demonstrate at city events, local schools, and sponsor presentations.

WIRES

WIRES advocating for women in stem at the un’s international day of women and science.

WIRES advocating for women in stem at the un’s international day of women and science.

WIRES, or Women In Robotics Empowering Sisters, is a group that consists of Team 2220 female mentors and students. This group meets on a regular basis to discuss on how to empower young women.