At Cupertino Robotics, our primary goal is to ensure that all 220 members in our organization are given the opportunity to embrace robotics in a hands-on manner. We also make it a point to build public interest in the field of robotics and spread our values, such as gracious professionalism and coopertition, to the community. Accomplishing this requires a lot of funding ($95,000 in 16-17 academic year) which is why we are grateful for any contribution to our club.
In order to include all people that want to join, Cupertino Robotics has a total of 12 teams: 3 participating in FIRST Lego League, 8 participating in FIRST Tech Challenge, and 1 participating in FIRST Robotics Challenge. This program eats a lot of money and we highly appreciate cash sponsorships.
Company's logo will be recognized on our team’s website, robot, banner, brochures and apparel at every event we attend.
Although we take pride in that our robots are always built only by students, the guidance of mentors is critical to our success as a competitive robotics team, and as students. Along with their guidance, mentors also emphasize safety and professionalism in order to simulate a professional working environment.
As a mentor, you do not have to commit to every meeting; we appreciate any time that you are willing to spend in helping us.