Skunks Speak

28 Jan 2019 6:49 PM | Nick

My personal experience, by Sam Gibson:

As a freshman on the team, I’ve noticed the meetings usually go like this:


1: Team comes together at 6 pm for the meeting (some people don’t get chairs but no one complains); everyone comes ready to listen.

2: Everyone does a cheer (Yes! Yes! Yes!)  

3: Team leads tells the team what they currently need to do for the team as a whole

4: Team leads, the coach, and alumni talk about the team’s current agenda moving forward with finishing the robot.

5: Everyone leaves to go to their sub-groups and do their specialized tasks.


I am new to robotics, so most of it goes over my head. The coaches and team leads are willing to help me when I am confused about what was talked about in the meeting, and they help me meet my deadlines in robotics. In robotics, I have learned not only how to program, but also have helped the team raise thousands of dollars during the spaghetti dinner and met new people, making new friends.



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