Our essential workers are in need! If you have a 3D printer, you are capable of making a real impact. Print For The Cure is a web-platform seeking to connect essential workers in need of PPE with those who can produce it at home. Tens of thousands of pieces of PPE have already been requested on https://printforthecure.com, but there are not enough people to help produce this PPE! Helping out is simple--essential workers first request for PPE from a limited catalog and amount, then registered donors on the website (this can be you!) can "claim" requests for PPE, then 3D print and arrange delivery for the PPE. All the PPE on Print For The Cure can be 3D printed (except for the transparent sheets for face shields)! This is a simple and great opportunity for community outreach which can really impact our healthcare workers during this time.
FTC Team 11212 The Clueless
Hello FIRST Teams and SWENext Clubs:
Team Spyder 1622 & PHS SWENext are hosting a series of professional lectures in STEM and we are inviting all teams/clubs to attend. Click on the flyer for the announcement. Please share with all of your mentors, students, and other teams/clubs. All are welcomed!
STEM Careers Lecture Series 1: Marcus Hsu, First pioneer of PPE in San Diego
For security, attendee must RSVP to get Zoom access by May 25, 2020:
Team Spyder 1622, VP of Public Relations
San Diego County Engineering Council
69th Annual San Diego Engineers.org
2020 Awards Banquet
Fri, February 21, 2020
5:30 PM – 9:00 PM PST
Crowne Plaza San Diego - Mission Valley
2270 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108
The keynote speaker is Susan Tousi, Senior Vice President of Illumina, whose presentation is "Engineering a Healthier Tomorrow through Genomics."
Student and K-12 educator tickets are $15 each. Students may apply for a scholarship to attend the event. After ticket purchase, students have the option to sign up for a networking training session, which takes place at the event.
The link to the event announcement is below. The registration closes on Feb. 14.
2020 Engineers Week San Diego Awards Banquet
The Clueless #11212 is hosting their fourth New Year robotics scrimmage on Saturday, January 4th from 2:00 to 5:00 at The Cambridge School (12855 Black Mountain Road, 92129). The main purpose is for teams to discuss and collaborate, and the matches will be relaxed and fun. They will have the opportunity to practice together afterwards. We would greatly appreciate it if you could join us! Please RSVP in the link below as soon as possible. A few SoCal award winning FLL teams will also be there to do robotics demo. Please feel free to invite the FLL teams you know.
The Clueless FTC Team
Hello fellow FTC Teams! We hope all is well with the preparation for the upcoming competitions. We, Team Squash, invite you and your team to an evening full of exciting robotics fun in a friendly scrimmage. This scrimmage is a fun way to get to know local teams while practicing for meets.
The scrimmage will take place on December 18th, 2019 from 5pm to 9pm at the Carmel Valley Chipotle (3881 Valley Centre Dr). Come out with your friends and family, have some food, and participate in the scrimmage! Drop in anytime between 5pm and 9pm or even stay the whole time. Keep in mind that if many teams RSVP, the matches will act as a competition with multiple rounds meaning that you may get to compete numerous times against various teams!
Please feel free to share this invitation with your team on Facebook or any social media! Everyone is welcome to attend!
Please fill out THIS form to let us know if you and/or your team will be able to make it.
VERY IMPORTANT: Please display the invite (below) on your smartphone to the cashier at the event. It will let them know that you are supporting our fundraiser.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the marketing team members will get back to you.
Thank you for considering being a part of the scrimmage!
Business and Marketing Team - Team Squash (16933)
Jessie Shen, Rowan Law, Sanjay Marathe, Shiva Kansagara