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Kaylee Meyer
Coach Joe Hebert

Fruitport FRC Team

What is FRC?

First Robotics Competition is the ultimate sport of the mind.  Consisting of a six-week build season to create a robot for completing intricate tasks.  Each season is different and more exciting, with a new theme every year.  After a mind blowing build season, we compete at district, state, and world competitions with each being increasingly difficult.  Through, teamwork and determination, each team is able to accomplish their goals to inspire students and create an amazing robot.

To create their competition robot, students are challenged to learn and increase their skills in engineering, industrial design, CAD, programming, electrical, and fabrication.  In addition, students also help the team in marketing, social media, industrial safety, fundraising, and sponsor relations.    

Meet The Techno Trojans

Engineering Inspiration Award 2017

Team 2405, formerly known as "Divide by Zero, Anything is possible", has been around since our rookie year in 2008 and is now known as the Techno Trojans.  Starting with just a few students and the inspiration from one special teacher, the team was mentored by Team 85 B.O.B. in Zeeland, MI, before becoming Muskegon County's first FIRST FRC team.  Since then, Team 2405 has grown gaining students, mentors, and sponsors with every passing year. Now the team consists of 25 students, 18 mentors, and over 40 sponsors.

Leadership team:

Kathleen Steudle, CEO

Jeremy Martinez, Coach

Joe Hebert, Coach

In the community

The Techno Trojans are helping to bring back Kris Moose from the old Muskegon Mall that was closed in 2001.  The animatronic moose used to be part of the mall's Christmas display since around 1981 where numerous kids and families fondly remember Kris.  Today, the Lakes Mall wants to bring back Kris Moose and the Techno Trojans are restoring and updating the animatronics.  With a new control system including a programmable logic controller, Kris can continue to interact with holiday shoppers and build new childhood memories.