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Our team had a very tough and divisive year that inspired two families, one from each rival school, to be the constant backbone of the team, inspired us to go to year round program spring 2002, and the creation of this poster.
12-24-2002 04:27 PM
This is the label for return address area of large envelope that the fundraising packet is in. When the kids give a potential sponsor a packet, they can write the name of the person/company they're giving the packet to on the large envelope. BTW, we numbered the inside business size envelope in gro...
12-25-2002 07:58 PM
An alumni made this list. It's what we aspire to, not what we've accomplished yet.
12-12-2002 11:00 AM
Our team took a Chatsworth fundraising class by Wendy Wooten and got inspired. We edited a sample Chatsworth letter to suit our purposes. A sponsor printed 1000 copies ea of the black and white attachments we needed. Another sponsor donated the paper for our school's ROTC to print the 1000 copies e...
12-13-2002 10:12 AM
This is the one page wish list that is attached to our fundraising letter.<br />
Since spring 2002 we'd add everything we could imagine, and any info that came up about it to the lengthy wish list...<br />
We'd sometimes include the wish list in emails to the team. ...
12-13-2002 10:17 AM
Following Chatsworth's lead, we created a fundraising packet. The packet includes a business size envelope for the "potential" sponsor to send a check in. The envelope does not include a stamp on it - saving the team money. I wanted to have on the envelope the clear brief info for the pote...
12-24-2002 03:03 PM
We can't yet submit it online, but we wrote this ahead of time to be prepared to submit it online. This yearbook page is part of the mandatory chairman's award interview. We've prepared it in advance to have time to tweak it and add to it. We'll probably have to shorten answers when it comes time to...
02-01-2003 11:22 AM
This was the best we could come up with. I have "full" answers located where they will print on the executive summary page. We tried to make text fields, but we couldn't figure it out that way.<br />
I used Times New Roman 10, "format" "paragraph" line spacing exactly 10 ...
02-04-2003 11:33 PM
A version of the Exe. Sum. in MS-Word format that some of the NY schools are using. Richard Wong
02-06-2003 12:35 AM
Our Northrop Robotics' Engineer and his fellow mentors are teaching this course each Sunday, open to FIRST teams.<br />
"This document is written to accompany a course of instruction in robotics fundamentals for high school students participating in a competitive robotics team. Our intent in prepa...
10-29-2003 12:28 PM
A white paper by Mike McIntyre that helped guide me when our team began that journey.
01-30-2004 09:44 AM
To my surprise there is the rare robotics' member who isn't email savvy, and/or whose parents don't have or isn't email savvy. Our team is willing to offer some simple advice, and thus began posting things like this.
01-30-2004 09:45 AM
A digital camera has been instrumental in capturing photos and short video to document our team activities, for press releases, our storyboards, our web.
02-14-2004 12:03 AM
We bought a button maker from Dr Don's buttons www.buttonsonline.com/<br />
who includes with button parts stickers custom made for the back of the buttons. The stickers have our web, and 3 main sponsors' web addresses. <br />
It gave us the idea to make stickers for the skateboard keyrings we're handing...
03-02-2004 03:15 PM
Their first year in the program.
03-22-2004 02:12 PM
03-22-2004 02:13 PM
What the judges had to say about this year's winner.
03-28-2004 02:30 PM
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