regardless of the changes our team may go through, inspiring, educating, and informing remains our primary goal.


about our team:

FRC Team 930 is a high school robotics team based out of Mukwonago, Wisconsin. With a passion for a healthy mix of education and fun. With dedicated mentors and a thriving student base, Team 930 thrives on inspiring and developing the future of engineers, programmers, and work-ready students. With a rapidly growing student base of nearly 47 students in the 2019 season and roughly 20 mentors, the team continues to grow and expand with experience. 



Develops the software for the various subsystems that go into the robot. Students program everything from autonomous routines to vision tracking systems. They create the internal capability of our robot using Java. They work with the electrical team to ensure that the code matches the hardware components of the robot.


Handle all of the physical elements of our robot. They CAD both the mechanical and electrical components using PTC Creo. The CAD team makes all of the modeling of the robot before it’s built to see how everything fits together. The models are sent our to manufacturers after being approved and finalized. They are also in charge of all assembly of our robot as well as maintenance throughout the season.


Deals with finance, marketing, social media, sales, and awards. The members on the business team manage sponsor and community relations by planning outreach events. They use photography and Photoshop to design team t-shirts, decals, and any other marketing materials. The business team is also responsible for social media updates and newsletters.


Strategy’s main focus during our season is scouting preparation and execution. They build an app and databases that allow us to track what each team at competition can do, which we use to create alliance selection picklists along with match strategies. They’re also heavily involved in the robot design discussions, offering input on what features would be most beneficial to incorporate into our final robot.

With this program, we are light years ahead of other students in what we learn and the skills we acquire.
— Zach Yergens, Student, 2017