Truck Town Thunder is looking for more mentors to help bring this FIRST Robotics to our youth. We are expanding our mentorship program and are looking for mentors who can help us continue our success.
Please take a look at our mentor application to see what is expected of a mentor and what a mentor can expect from Truck Town Thunder. If you are interested in participating as a mentor this year or know someone who may fit this criteria, please fill out the required information and return it to the Truck Town Thunder Advisory Board As soon as possible.
This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in sharing their knowledge with our youth.
He has been a mentor on Truck Town thunder for 6 years. Both of his Children are T3 Alumni. He is currently a Service Engineering Manager for General Motors. He is a Graduate of Ferris State University. He is an adviser for T3 and spend most of his time working with the students in the…
David became involved with the team when his son, Raymon, joined. He is retired from General Motors, Formerly an Electrical Architect and Engineering Group Manager. On T3 he is a Chief Engineer and Adviser. He is also a FTC Mentor.
Joe has been a mentor on T3 for 3 years now. His son Josh is a junior on the team. He is an operation manger at GM Global Propulsion System. He went to Nothwestern College for Associates in Applied Science, Central Michigan in Integrated Leadership and Psychology, and also leadership and MBA.
This is Katie Dubiels 3rd year on the team. Her son Josh is also on the team and her Daughter Katelynn was a previous student on the team. She works at Account Payable Associate and she attended Northwestern College (now known as UNOH or University of Northwestern Ohio).
Mark Ratliff is the IT Manager for FEV North America. He graduated from Michigan Technological University as a Mechanical Engineer. He became involved with First in 2012 with his daughter who was a member of Truck Town Thunder. Inspired by the students on the team that year, he coached the FLL team his son was…
Matt had never heard of FIRST Robotics until his son Ben joined the team. After he joined, Matt got involved and was inspired by the wide range of valuable skills the students were being exposed to.
Tim has been a mentor on T3 for 6 years now, although he has been a mentor and/or coach with FIRST programs for twenty years. He has an alumni son (Matthew, who is currently in the US Marine Corps), with another son (Tommie) who aspires to join T3 next season when he is in high…
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