Welcome VEX Competition Alumni!

Take your skills from the competition floor into a career using RoboticsCareer.org

When you think about working in robotics do you picture taking the fun you've had participating in VEX Robotics Competitions into your career? Robotics roles in manufacturing use many of the same skills you learned in your competitions, making it an easy transition to take your skills from the competition floor to a career!

Plus, 4.6 million jobs need to be filled in the U.S. manufacturing over the next decade, and thousands are open today. That translates to a lot of job opportunities for those with robotics skills.

RoboticsCareer.org is here to support you at each stage of your robotics journey. You have the skills you need, find your next step here!

Build your profile to get started

Your journey starts with your RoboticsCareer.org profile. Your profile connects you to:

  • Thousands of jobs and internships that are updated twice a week
  • Education and training opportunities, from micro-credentials to four year programs
  • Previews of what your robotics job may look like, including pay ranges, job duties, the education needed, and videos
  • Career and education tracking that shows you how far you've come and where you can go
  • Connections to hiring organizations should you opt to let companies contact you
  • Resources, scholarship information, and insights into the latest robotics trends and developments, plus industry tips for powering your career

Build your profile here

Jobs & Internships

Use our personalized job and internship matching to connect to opportunities that meet your goals.

Education & Training

Whether you're looking for industry credentials, two year programs, or four year degree programs, we connect you directly to opportunities that align with your career goals.

Personalized Support

Robotics is an exciting field partially because it's constantly evolving. Understand new developments and track your skills and career progress with your profile.

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