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Juraj Vaculik is a co-founder and CEO of AeroMobil, an advanced engineering company that is commercializing a sophisticated flying car, combining a luxury sports car and a light aircraft in a single vehicle.
In 2010, Juraj co-founded AeroMobil and manages the company as its CEO. In 2013, together with the inventor and co-founder Stefan Klein, he unveiled the pre-prototype of AeroMobil 2.5 at the SAE Conference in Montreal. A year later, an experimental prototype of AeroMobil 3.0 was developed under his lead with the team of 12 people and presented at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna. Popular Science magazine presented AeroMobil with Invention of the Year 2015 award and UK edition od Wired magazine ranked the project among the top 10 rule breakers last year.
Juraj has over twenty years’ experience of working as a leader with very broad experiences from political revolution to international media and advertising industry. During Velvet Revolution in 1989 which ends a communist era in former Czechoslovakia, he was one of the key persons in Student Movement who have started the process of democratization and established the new post-revolution government in Slovakia.
In 1992, he started his career as a creative director for major global advertising agencies which started their operations in Czech and Slovak republics. In 1996 he founded MADE BY VACULIK - one of the leading independent advertising agencies in the CEE region, extending its reach to over 30 countries.
Juraj acts as an angel investor in numerous projects in Europe and the US.
Štefan Klein is a co-founder and Chief Product Architect of AeroMobil. He devoted the last twenty years into making his dream come true. Currently he works on prototype of AeroMobil 3.0 after he successfully tested concepts and pre-prototype.
Having graduated from Slovak University of Technology in 1983, Klein studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (AFAD), and also at the École des Beaux Arts et Design, Saint Étienne in 1993. Klein became Head of Department for Transport and Design at AFAD where he had responsibility for leading innovative research projects in cooperation with leading automotive companies including Audi, Volkswagen and BMW.
Klein’s passion for flying led him to co-found AirExplore family owned charter flights company and he has personally clocked up over 1,200 hours of flying a powered aircraft and over 8,000 hours of flying a glider. His ability to mix design and innovation with commercial acumen has resulted in several successful projects such as the walking excavator for Menzi Muck Switzerland, Locomotive 772, Golf car for Melex Poland and the electric scooter for Piponeer to name but a few. He is currently visiting professor at the Mackintosh School of Art in Glasgow.
With over 20 years of impressive experience in the automotive industry, Douglas has seen his career develop from Land Rover to McLaren, and finally Smith Technologies Ltd. His early beginnings saw extensive work on several world class Land Rover products as well as contributing to the introduction of the BMW Mini in 1997 before moving to McLaren to take up a challenging and exciting role within their Automotive division in 1999. It was at McLaren that he led the vehicle safety and interior team that successfully introduced the Mercedes SLR McLaren and subsequent variants to the world market. Continuing on from this he helped formulate and develop the business and played a significant part in the definition and design of the McLaren MP4-12 family of vehicles.
MacAndrew joined Smith in 2007 as a Technical Director and oversaw the advancement of their electric vehicle portfolio across the European and US markets, and in 2010 assumed the role of Vice President of Engineering and Development for the group. Under his leadership, Douglas oversaw technology innovation and new production introduction, including support for preexisting vehicle platforms in production. Under his leadership, Smith saw significant growth in its electric vehicle operations across US, European, Russian and Far Eastern markets.
Douglas’ responsibilities across these diverse automotive businesses have encompassed a wide range of technical, operational and business responsibilities. In these unique roles, Douglas has managed and coordinated numerous teams to streamline the engineering, design, financial and operational goals set before him. Within the business realm, he has engaged countless companies in regard to quoting and the supply process. In addition, Douglas has been heavily involved in the investment community, gaining experience in both the AIM and NASDAQ markets as well as being part of the team that prepared the S1 application via the US SEC for Smith Corp.
Douglas is a chartered mechanical engineer from the UK Engineering Council and was appointed to the position of Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in 2007. He holds several global patents for innovation in the areas of vehicle safety and occupant protection.
Douglas sees in AeroMobil a credible personal transportation solution which rediscovers the joys of the open road and independent freedom. He is looking forward to playing a part in the exciting future of AeroMobil and the continued development of a world class business that can push technologies, materials and components towards future product innovation and the deliver of truly inspiring vehicles.
As part of AeroMobil’s team, Martin is responsible for company’s strategy, business development, financing and regulatory affairs.
Martin is a technology entrepreneur, investor, and former public policy leader. He holds management, board, and advisory positions in several globally innovative deep technology companies from Europe, covering areas from engineering, through biotech, to fin tech. He is the founder and former executive chairman of Neulogy, the first major advisory and investment boutique in Central and Eastern Europe focusing on R&D and technology start ups.
Previously, Martin was a Senior Director and Head of Europe at the World Economic Forum. He also held several senior positions in the Government of Slovakia, including junior minister for innovations and deputy for European affairs of the minister of finance. B.A. from Stanford University and M.P.A. from Harvard Kennedy School.
Martin sees that AeroMobil can and will be a lot more than just a combination of a cool sports car and a fun, small aircraft. Thanks to emerging technologies, like self-driving vehicles, it has the potential to redefine the personal transportation systems at a very large scale.
Ladislav Batík is a skilled international business professional with experience spanning the European, Australian and Asian markets. He studied in Australia and later he obtained his M.B.A. degree from Webster University.
He has always been closely involved in operations, manufacturing, financial management and new market development. Ladislav was instrumental in establishing the strategic business planning and consumption channels for Coca-Cola Beverages Slovakia in the early 90s. Later he led the sales and marketing department of the bottler´s subsidiary where he had responsibility for the overall sales and profit of the company.
During the nineties, Ladislav played a crucial role in establishing the market presence for Dutch insurance company AEGON Levensverzekering N.V. in Slovak republic. At AEGON, he managed departments of marketing, corporate clients, IT and also served as Chairman of the Executive board for AEGON Voluntary Pension Fund. The skills and expertise gained throughout this period helped Ladislav to launch AEGON-CNOOC brand in China, together with MADE BY VACULIK advertising agency.
Prior to becoming COO of AeroMobil, Batik served as a member of the executive board for the one of the largest personal finance institutions in both the Czech and Slovak Republic‘s ZFP GROUP.
His ambition is to help AeroMobil become a well-respected brand and establish a new and innovative market where almost everybody can achieve the freedom to travel and move quickly and effortlessly.
Stefan Vadocz is responsible for development of AeroMobil’s public relations and communication with media and influencers.
In the early 90’s he helped co-found first two private radio stations in Slovakia, Fun radio and Radio Twist, where he started his media career as reporter and producer of various radio and TV shows about technology. Later he turned to advertising world, where he was a part of global advertising agency team serving clients like Microsoft and Compaq. He was always active in technology industry, he helped to establish Slovak Information Technology Association where he acted as its first executive director.
In 2000 he founded public relations consultancy Neopublic which served mostly innovative technology clients and still it’s one of the most successful PR agencies in Czech republic and Slovakia. It is also important part of the global Porter Novelli PR network. Stefan currently acts as owner of Neopublic which has two offices in Prague and Bratislava. Stefan’s specialisations include development of communication strategies for innovative brands and start-ups, crisis communication and brand development. He occasionally gives lectures on public relations, corporate social responsibility and creativity at the Comenius University in Bratislava.
He was always early adopter of all new technologies and can't wait to test the AeroMobil in flight for himself. He believes that AeroMobil will change the world of personal transport.
Ian Clark brings to AeroMobil 20 years of product test, development and validation experience in a range of professional areas.
Initially developing as an expert in state-of-the-art road simulation facilities working closely with MTS Systems Corporation, Ian moved to GKN to develop their component and system testing capabilities. Examples of new R&D test methodologies Ian brought later to the Arrows Formula 1 team are now common across other current Formula 1 teams.
Moving to McLaren Automotive in 2001, Ian played a key role in the test and development activities for the Mercedes SLR McLaren and subsequently led the vehicle development team through the creation of the Roadster, 722 Edition and Stirling Moss variants of the SLR. After defining the development and validation programmes for what would later become the McLaren MP4-12C, P1 and 570S, Ian moved to Prodrive to take responsibility for the reliability development of new transmission and hydraulic systems for the 2008 Subaru World Rally Car.
Following the withdrawal of Subaru from the World Rally Championship, Ian became one of a small team delivering a novel concentrating photovoltaic electricity generation product to market. Later combining this and all of his previous experiences, as Project Manager for Williams Hybrid Power Ian took technical and operational responsibility for the delivery of energy storage systems to Porsche, Audi and Alstom Transport. A significant highlight was to bring Audi overall victory in the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour motor race in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Ian joins AeroMobil from McLaren GT where, as Special Projects Engineering Manager, he managed the development of the McLaren P1GTR hybrid supercar and the delivery of critical new components and systems.
Ian can see in AeroMobil a real chance to bring an inventive transport solution and advanced technologies to the marketplace. He is excited about the opportunity to demonstrate that credible automotive and aerospace processes can be applied, resulting in a high quality and highly capable vehicle.
Mr. Rooms adds a significant level of strategy and leadership to the team’s mounting portfolio of talent. Before coming to AeroMobil, Simon’s business experience spanned over 40 years of mentorship and entrepreneurial business growth beginning in the Royal Air Force and most recently at Sogeclair Aerospace Limited. Having held the titles of: Head of Design Organization, Head of Office of Airworthiness and Structures, Systems and Avionics Compliance Verification Engineer (CVE), he brings all the necessary experience of a senior level aerospace professional to the growing team.
After almost 30 years in the Royal Air Force, where he oversaw operational appointments on numerous aircraft types, training, introduction of airworthiness reviews, and audits, he moved quickly to the private sector. Before arriving at Airbus in 2006, he worked at Gill Airways from 1999-2002, restructuring their engineering department, and consulted from 2002 – 2005 in aerospace, building and management training sectors in NE England.
Simon then spent several years at Airbus as an engineering consultant to the A350XWB Wing Chief Engineer, whilst also working for Voith Engineering Services Limited as Managing Director. It was during this time that Simon proposed the initial business case to the Voith Board to relocate certain European activities to India, thereby increasing profitability and additionally serving Indian internal markets. He founded the company as a single employee, but built the entire management team and staff to a workforce of 45.
After leaving Airbus in 2013, Simon worked at Crompton Technology Group for a year continuing to support Airbus by securing the A350 XWB Fuel Pipes contract for his new company. In April 2014, he started at Sogeclair Aerospace Limited, where he Initially was Head of Office of Airworthiness (HoOoA) and most recently served as Deputy (HoOoA). Simon’s successful delivery of major programs and focus on mentorship throughout the years makes his presence at AeroMobil more than welcome.
Mr. Rooms holds the Order of the British Empire and he is registered with Pan European Engineering Council. He was awarded Chartered status by the Engineering Council and he is also accredited as a Fellow od the Institute of Electrical Engineeers and Royal Aeronautical Society.
Renowned aerospace certification expert, Hugues Le Cardinal has senior consulting missions for leading aircraft manufacturers and projects. Hugues brings over two decades of industry experience and entrepreneurial vigor to the team through first class aviation insight and an in-depth aeronautical background.
Recently, Hugues key missions and roles included a position of Head of Airworthiness for a French aviation company DAHER-SOCATA and he is today for DAHER, the Applicant Project Certification Manager (PCM) for the Airbus E-Fan 2.0 electrical airplane. Before acting as a senior consultant, Hugues was employed by the French DGAC (National Airworthiness Authority) as a Head of Certification, Continued airworthiness, and General Aviation operations. In this role, he managed several PCMs and was a member of the EASA European Light Aircraft working group, and member of the EASA General Aviation Panel of Experts.
Hugues brings more than 20 years of experience in General Aviation airplanes, sailplanes, motor gliders, balloons, airship, Annex II aircraft Certification and Continued airworthiness. Joining in March, Hugues will heavily contribute to advancing AeroMobil’s airworthiness and ensuring certification standards are achieved within requirements.
Hugues Cardinal was trained at the School of the Air Salon-de-Provence where he received an engineering degree in aeronautics and became a certified pilot. Hugues spent time training to be a fighter pilot shortly after that, but in 1991, he left the program and garnered his rich Air Force training and combined theory for his next chapter. While in the Air Force, he had piloted a broad array of planes including the windfall aircraft: CAP 10B, CM170 Fouga Magister, Embraer 121 Xingu, but also had flights on Alphajet, Mirage III, Mirage F1 and Mirage 2000.
In 1992, he joined the Délégation Générale pour l’Armement (DGA) where he worked in the field of certification of light aircraft for the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC). In 1998, he joined the DGAC as Deputy Head of the General Aviation aircraft airworthiness office of and continued rising through the ranks as Head of General Aviation in 2001-2008 and Head of Certification in 2010-2011. It was in 2011 that he began stepping out on his own to create VELICA S.A.S to act as a consulting firm for the array of aeronautic purposes specializing in certification and airworthiness.
During the last five years, VELICA had an incredible richness in terms of experiences, meetings and missions on behalf of recognized customers. The company assisted in the certification of aircraft changes, for obtaining authorizations of flight or obtaining aeronautical approvals. VELICA, accompanied by the most daring aviation project, keeps its feet on Earth thanks to sharp the evolution of European regulations, American and Chinese knowledge and the operation of certification authorities. With one goal: minimize the time of placing the aircraft of their clients on the market. For example, the process of certification of the electrical aircraft E-Fan 2.0 developed by AIRBUS INNOVATION. Even through work on the regulatory compliance of the new A310, replacing the old A300 of NOVESPACE, a subsidiary of CNES was designed to perform parabolic flights to create conditions of weightlessness. This knowledge of the functioning of the major institutional actors of Aeronautics and the evolution of the rules of the sector thus allows Hugues Le Cardinal to intervene during training seminars and transmission of know-how for certification of aircraft, airworthiness, and aviation regulations.
Tomáš Urík is an experienced aviation technician. Tomáš brings years of experience to the team within the spheres of operations, maintenance, and research and development of aviation technology. His skill sets and specialties include computational design, composite materials, light metal alloys and general technological manufacturing of aircraft. He has led multiple aviation development teams as well as partnering with other innovative research and development programs along the way. With over ten years of educational experience in the world of aviation, he adds welcomed technical insight to the existing team.
Tomáš started his professional career in 2003 as a researcher and designer at the Aviation Institute at the University of Technology in Brno, Czech Republic.
It was there that Tomáš got his first exposure to aircraft material design and specialized testing. Over the next years, he would begin to take on a more leadership role through conceptual prototype development at the University. During this time, he also worked in experimental research at the Aerospace Research Centre of Brno. Since 2008, he has led several construction teams in aerospace engineering to develop prototypes of aircraft in categories CS-VLA. His knowledge of sports aircraft configuration and innovation comes from this research heavy time in the aerospace sector.
In 2012, Tomáš worked on the development of bionic structures and additive technology for Airbus A350 aircraft. Over the next three years, Tomáš again led the development teams of new aircraft in the LSA category and Regulation EN - 23 in the Centre of New Technologies for Mechanical Engineering in Brno. His most recent position was leading research and development on the TL 4000 at the NETME Centre, also located in Brno. While working on the TL 4000, Tomáš organized and led all R&D activities on the CFRP aircraft.
After joining the AeroMobil this year, Tomáš took on the challenge before him of pushing the flying car vision to new limits of technological possibility. It has since been his goal to set out finding new practical solutions for the vehicle’s structural design and its technological makeup. AeroMobil will directly benefit from Tomáš’s involvement by his ability to ensure that the vehicle’s makeup is comparable to excellent flight characteristics found in other top sports aircraft.
Talented design engineer, Mikael Olsson, has joined the AeroMobil team to assist in prototype development across both the 3D and 2D spectrums of component and system design.
With more than 30 years of CAD experience, Mikael’s extensive portfolio brings his foundation of electrical and mechanical engineering into full swing on the team. His ability to see a vehicle’s development through from start to finish from the ergonomics to the displays and controls makes his pairing a vital complement to the team. His latest engagements before joining AeroMobil were with BMW Z4 and work on BMW M6-GT3 vehicle package.
Beginning not far from his original education and home in Sweden, Mikael saw his career spread from Europe to America working with groups like Eurocopter, Volvo, and BMW. In 2000 he became lead design engineer at VMCC in California, which would set him on a trajectory for further senior level positions. At VMCC in California, he became heavily involved of the development of electric car initiatives. From there he transitioned to BMW production in Oxford as a resident engineer working on the Mini development from 2004 to 2007.
Mikael become heavily involved with 3D design applications for several groups from 2007 on working in Oslo and most recently Munich as a senior level design engineer. He comes directly from his work on BMW Motorsport where he oversaw extensive component design, vehicle safety systems including all areas of vehicle packaging. These senior level design experiences and the wealth of knowledge pertaining to vehicle layout strategically align Mikael’s expertise with AeroMobil to push the team’s capabilities even further.
Alan brings to AeroMobil deep knowledge of automotive engineering and product design & development with 22 years of overall. Graduating from Leeds University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Alan quickly gained momentum as an engineer for Land Rover from 1993 – 2000 and then for McLaren from 2000 – 2007. It was here that he developed a keen eye for conceptual design implementation and comprehensive project management.
Alan’s following jobs at Think Global AS and Aker Solutions AS, furthered his insight into the world of global product design and CAD software development. The knowledge of complex equipment systems and interfaces relating to the technological sector makes Alan’s contribution invaluable with the challenge and complexity of pairing car with airplane.
Ian’s engineering career covers multiple areas of automotive safety and design. With a background ranging from government regulation and policy development to a key leadership position at McLaren, Ian’s background fits perfectly into the rich body of industry professionals helping grow the AeroMobil vision into reality.
Ian’s first five years in the industry were devoted to his professional development after he had gained a BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Advanced Manufacturing Systems at the University of Teesside. In 2008, he earned his chartered engineer qualification from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, following his industrial graduate training programme with UK Department for Transport where he worked in multiple roles ranging from quality assurance to vehicle certification.
Between October 2005 and April 2009, Ian grew into a more prominent leadership role with the Department for Transport. It was there he took on the delivery of £16m of government road safety initiatives. Under his leadership, 200 enforcement staff were guided in delivering new road safety policies and initiatives.
The last six years have seen Ian’s career take on more senior positions in the realms of both engineering and technical management. Ian joined McLaren Automotive in 2009 as a Senior Engineer directly responsible for delivering the MP4-12C global engine and emissions certification program from concept to production in less than 18 months. Ian also provided strategic direction by building relationships with international government agencies to influence policy decisions based on Green House Gas laws in the US and the EU.
Ian comes to AeroMobil from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, where he worked as a Senior Technical Manger from 2011. There he served as a project lead on a number of industry based project to inform international negotiations and the next generation of vehicle regulations and standards. He also became a prominent speaker to senior management teams across the automotive industry and managed the assessment of competition applications relating to automotive innovation.
Antony Sheriff is a renowned automotive industry professional. With an international career stretching over 30 years, Sheriff is recognized as one of the industry’s foremost product experts and has a deep understanding and knowledge of the auto industry at both the highest strategic levels and the detailed design and operating level.
After briefly working as a car designer in Italy and England, he worked and as a product planner for Chrysler. Mr. Sheriff went on to receive his Masters in Management from M.I.T. where he was also a full time researcher for the International Motor Vehicle Program and contributed to the ground-breaking book, “The Machine That Changed the World”. He subsequently joined McKinsey & Company where he advised a number of automotive and non-automotive companies throughout the US and Europe.
In 1995, Sheriff joined Fiat Auto in Italy and was quickly promoted to Director of Product Development for all Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia cars and commercial vehicles. Amongst the many cars he conceived, he was responsible for two “Car of the Year” winners, Alfa Romeo 147 and Fiat Panda. After being appointed Vice-President of the Fiat brand, Sheriff left to join McLaren Automotive in 2003 as Managing Director.
In his decade at McLaren, Sheriff transformed the company from a contract manufacturer for Mercedes-Benz into a profitable independent sports car company with a full product range of highly innovative sports cars that have met broad critical acclaim. Initially, he launched the Mercedes SLR McLaren to market and then conceived and produced the SLR Stirling Moss model, the most expensive Mercedes ever sold.
Sheriff transformed McLaren into a truly independent company and, under his leadership and vision, the company launched the MP4-12C, a revolutionary carbon fibre sports car, followed by the P1, a million dollar hybrid ultra-high performance sports car. A third car that Sheriff conceived, the Sports Series, is being launched later this year. The company also built a brand new production facility and a global distribution network. In its first full year in production, McLaren Automotive achieved a turnover of £267 million and near breakeven profitability. Sheriff resigned as Managing Director of McLaren in 2013 and is now advising and investing in a number of projects in the international automotive industry. Sheriff holds a B.A. and a B.S. from Swarthmore College as well as an M.S. from M.I.T.. He holds American and Italian nationality.
Mr. Mercer is a leading expert in the automotive industry globally, having spent three decades of experience in automotive advisory work, including over 20 years at McKinsey & Company, where he was the chief of the Automotive Practice, leading or participating in hundreds of client studies over that timeframe.
When he left McKinsey as a Partner in 2006, he established his own independent advisory service. In particular, he has been involved in dozens of due diligence processes over the years. In addition to the project-based work for investment firms (e.g. KKR, Greenbriar, Kleiner Perkins), he has been an advisor to various industry entities (e.g. Ricardo PLC, the Automotive X Prize, Rocky Mountain Institute, Alliance Bernstein), a Board member for several automotive firms (e.g. Stackpole, Grakon, Tinnerman), an expert witness in automotive legal actions, and a lecturer on automotive economics in several academic settings (e.g. Case Western, Wharton, Cambridge University).
He is a previous President of the Society of Automotive Analysts, and a former Director of the International Motor Vehicle Program. Mr. Mercer holds an AB from Dartmouth, an MA from Yale, and his MBA from the Tuck School of Business. He lives with his wife Ida, a professional cellist, in the USA, although his work has taken him around the world, including extended tours of duty in the UK, Denmark, Italy, Japan, and elsewhere.
His roles as inventor and advocate are intertwined—his own passion for technology and its practical uses has driven his personal determination to spread the word about technology’s virtues and by so doing to change the culture of the United States.
As an inventor, he holds more than 440 U.S. and foreign patents, many of them for innovative medical devices that have expanded the frontiers of health care worldwide. While still a college undergraduate, he invented the first wearable infusion pump, which rapidly gained acceptance from such diverse medical specialties as chemotherapy, neonatology, and endocrinology. In 1976, he founded his first medical device company, AutoSyringe, Inc., to manufacture and market the pumps. At age 30, he sold that company to Baxter Healthcare Corporation. By then, he had added a number of other infusion devices, including the first wearable insulin pump for diabetics.
Following the sale of AutoSyringe, Inc., he founded DEKA Research & Development Corporation to develop internally generated inventions as well as to provide research and development for major corporate clients. Kamen led DEKA’s development of the HomeChoiceTM peritoneal dialysis system for Baxter International Inc. The HomeChoiceTM system allows patients to be dialyzed in the privacy and comfort of their home and quickly became the worldwide market leader. Kamen also led the development of technology to improve slide preparation for the CYTYC (now Hologic Inc.) ThinPrep® Pap Test.
Kamen-led DEKA teams have also developed critical components of the UVARTM XTSTM System, an extracorporeal photophereisis device marketed by Therakos, a unit of Johnson & Johnson, for treatment of T-Cell lymphoma. An advanced prosthetic arm in development for DARPA should advance the quality of life for returning injured soldiers. Other notable developments include the HydroflexTM surgical irrigation pump for C.R. Bard, the CrownTM stent, an improvement to the original Palmaz-Schatz stent, for Johnson & Johnson, the iBOTTM mobility device, and the Segway® Human Transporter.
Kamen has received many awards for his efforts. Notably, Kamen was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 2000. Presented by President Clinton, this award was in recognition for inventions that have advanced medical care worldwide, and for innovative and imaginative leadership in awakening America to the excitement of science and technology.
Kamen was also awarded the Lemelson-MIT Prize in 2002, and was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in May 2005. He is a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering, and has been a member of the National Academy of Engineering since 1997.
In 2010, Dean hosted the Planet Green television series Dean of Invention. In addition to DEKA, one of Dean’s proudest accomplishments is founding FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), an organization dedicated to motivating the next generation to understand, use and enjoy science and technology. Founded in 1989, this year FIRST® will serve more than 400,000 young people, ages 6 to 18, in more than 80 countries around the globe. Last year, high-school-aged participants were eligible to apply for more than $22 million in scholarships from leading colleges, universities, and corporations.
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