All Officers are expected to share leadership responsibilities and lead the other team members by example and direct supervision. They are responsible for handling the school finances, team purchases, administrative reports, arranging for chaparones, and have the final say in critical team decisions.
Organizes our competition pit, battery cycling, etc. Usually a multi-year position. A President is expected to have previously served in other team leadership positions.
The Robotics room must have an advisor present at all times the room is open. Watch hours of game videos, spend days on the Internet watching posted robot videos, photos, game debates on ChiefDelphi, etc.
The student members elect officers and are responsible for day-to-day team activities, and set the tone for the team, e. Vice-President -- shares and carries out presidental duties. The advisors make sure the officers carry through with their responsibilities.
Leadership styles also vary from year-to-year, impacted by college searches, after school jobs, etc. Methods of communication include the team website news, schedule, special events list, email, school PA announcements, passing the word in the hall, Club Activity bulletin board in the Commons, etc.
The positions change somewhat from year-to-year, however, we always have a President and Vice-President. At least one must be a faculty member, however, the faculty member does not have to be the Lead Advisor.
Advisors make sure the students stick to their plans, such as, being competitive by selecting the competition drive team for the season based on driver tryouts and merit rather than popularity. Also, failure to perform will impact advisor approval.
One of the three school advisors must be in the room with students at all times and act as the offical chaperones on all trips, but each has their preferred specialty and tends to mentor the students working on that sub-system. Responsible for member fundraising efforts, team meetings, dedicated to being at all meetings possible, present in Pits to field Judges and other visitor questions, team-to-team socializing, etc.
Our team generally has two full-time and one part-time advisors. Kickoff, Coordinating tasks with mentors robot, practice, cart, pit Running Build meetings, organizing sub-groups Communicating progess, meeting times, etc.
Additional faculty members may be enlisted as chaparones on trips to competitions, or other special events. The Advisors have overall responsibility for the team--think benevolent dictators.NathaN WoNg Project MaNager UMiko NakaMUra Project MaNager BeNjaMiN chaNg PhotograPhy Scott BartoN MeNtor Business Plan titanium robotics, Frc team AdamBots Business Plan “The Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byer celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit by recognizing a team that, since inception, has developed the framework for a comprehensive business plan to scope, manage, and achieve team objectives.
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