The Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference believes in recognizing the excellence of its members. This excellence comes in many forms, from competition to academics, and from teams to individuals. Whether it be a student or a volunteer we feel it is our responsibility to shine a light on those who set the standard we all strive to achieve.
- Records of annual award winners can be found under the "History" tab for each season -
NMRC All-Academic Team
The NMRC All-Academic Award Program recognizes the academic excellence (based on GPA) of participating students with in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference.
To earn NMRC All-Academic Team honors, a student's GPA must be a cumulative 3.5 GPA as of March 15th. This honor is open to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. However the student must meet all varsity level “Lettering” requirements set by the team/district the student participated with for robotics, for the current year. Students are eligible to receive this award on an annual basis.
Nomination forms are due April 1st.
Volunteer of the Year
The NMRC Volunteer of the Year Award Program recognizes a Volunteer of the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference. This honor goes to an individual who is generous with their time and talents. They, bring light, life, and selfless service to both our students and organization. Their incredible charitable commitment to NMRC & FIRST team members helps ensure a bright future for our community.
Coach / Mentor of the Year
The NMRC Coach/Mentor of the Year Award Program recognizes the Head Coach, Assistant Coach, or Mentor of a participating team with in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference. This honor goes to an individual whose actions, dedication, and selflessness to NMRC & FIRST team members directly resulted in student success.
Team Member of the Year
The NMRC Team Member of the Year Award Program recognizes the student of a participating team with in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference. This honor goes to an individual whose actions, dedication, and selflessness to their team and their teammates directly resulted in their teams success. They display "Gracious Professionalism", a willingness to problem solve, and lead, on a regular bases. Advancing their knowledge and skills and those of the team is one of their highest priorities. Special consideration is given to students who also work to promote and advance the goals of the NMRC.