Students represent the core Ninjineers spirit that is perceived by the public. This subdivision includes team spirit activities at competitions and distribution of team merchandise. The image of the team is also represented in its graphic design and multimedia presentations, which Team Image members will have a hand in designing and ordering items to increase our team’s perception amongst FRC teams.
Students act as liaisons, within the Engineering Lab, between the experienced Ninjineers and incoming Ninjineers. This partnership is a crucial step for all incoming members as it introduces the Engineering Lab and the Ninjineers organization. These students will set-up times for multiple new members to shadow a member that has been with the team for 1+ years.
Students come together to design and develop American Heritage Robotics Summer curriculum. The board will be in charge of both sections of the camp – Junior Robotics, ages 7- 9, and Senior Robotics, ages 10 – 14. This team will also oversee and mentor the FIRST Lego League teams, on campus, during the school year.
Students will plan and organize the multiple school that the Ninjineers will attend. These events include American Heritage Open House, Trunk-or-Treat, Lower School Presentations, FIRST Lego League Qualifier Competition, etc. Students must have great communication and organization skills. Along with on campus events, these students are also responsible for organizing any community outreach events that the Ninjineers will be attending.