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Chairman's Award Process: 1089 Edition

1089's guide to writing the essays and creating the presentation for the Chairman's Award

by: kitfisto92

01-29-2011 03:31 PM

Five Steps Towards A Winning WFA/UFH Essay

More tips, tricks, and easy ways to create a winning essay for the Woodie Flowers Award or Unsung FIRST Heroes Award.

by: Amanda Morrison

06-26-2008 12:28 PM

Team 294's 2005 Entry

Won Engineering Inspiration Award at Southern California Regional. Accompanied a much longer version given to judges as a bound document.

by: DCA Fan

05-20-2005 11:50 PM

Team 67 2005 Chairmans

It's on their website and as I was browsing, I saw it so I figured I'd post it up here. Congrats HOT!

by: Beth Sweet

05-13-2005 03:51 PM

An Examination of GP

...as promised, here's my paper in all its shining glory, thus titled...

"Um, I dont think so....graciously.": Gracious Professionalism as the New Social Contract

Whether it's good or not, whether I'm right or not...that's for you to decide. You asked, and I delivered.


by: Jessica Boucher

04-26-2004 01:21 AM

FIRST Community Paper

This paper is an essay I wrote for my college english class. The topic is our ideas on community, so naturally I wrote about FIRST- the best example I know. Let me know what you think. Thanks!

by: Chris Dibble

04-18-2004 01:58 AM

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