Progress Towards The Region VI Dream
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Progress Towards The Region VI Dream
2Green75%
-Vision
3Green
Ensure every collegiate, pre-collegiate, and professional chapter in Region VI is on the path towards achieving sustainability (the dream) by meeting or exceeding four principles:
1.Continuous growth and development of future NSBE membership
2.Financial independence
3.Technical excellence
4.Campus indispensability
04/26/19
4Red75%
-Major Goals & Tasks
5Red52%
-Continuous growth and development of future NSBE membership
04/26/19
6Yellow100%
Increase active NSBE Jr. chapters by 29% (15 to 19) and ensure that newly active or reactivated chapters are affiliated with collegiate chapters
04/26/19
7Yellow0%
Ensure all existing 15 NSBE Jr. chapters are affiliated and actively partnering with a local collegiate and if present a local professionals chapter. 2 events recorded on activity reporting form per quarter/semester.
04/26/19
8Green100%
Fill the 5 positions of the Jr. Regional Executive Board (REB) which are Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, and Programs Chair
04/26/19
9Red0%
Amend the Region VI Bylaws to include the Jr. REB
04/26/19
10Yellow0%
Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain zones each have 10 PCI outreach events occur during the 2018-2019 term. Events are recorded in the Activity Reporting Form.
04/26/19
11Green50%
FRC PCI Conference is primarily planned and executed by the Jr. REB with support from the Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Chair and REB.
04/26/19
12Yellow76%
Increase number of registered NSBE Jr. members by 22.2% (500 total).
04/26/19
13Green100%
Increase NSBE Jr. Attendance at FRC by 18% (85 to 100).
11/11/18
14Green100%
Increase Academic Career Fair sponsors (Universities) by 100% (from 3 to 6 Universities).
04/26/19
15Red0%
Have 3 different Las Vegas area school officials (public or private) attend FRC PCI Conference in order increase exposure to Region VI NSBE Jr. attendees.
11/11/18
16Green100%
Host a Graduating Senior Reception for High School students.
04/26/19
17Yellow0%
Every NSBE Jr. chapter conducts 1 community outreach event in the Fall and Spring to increase chapter membership.
04/26/19
18Red78%
-Financial independence where chapters are able to meet or exceed their expenses
04/26/19
19Yellow100%
Every FRC and Convention Chapter Relief application indicates the chapters has applied for or received “University Funding” (Student Government, School of Engineering, Office of Diversity, etc.) in their submitted budget.
04/26/19
20Red0%
2 chapters (collegiate, pre-collegiate, or professional) in each of the Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain zones partner together once to host/fund a program in the 2018-2019 term. Recorded in the activity reporting form.
04/26/19
21Green100%
A Corporate Sponsorship Packet Template is produced and distributed to membership prior to the Regional Leadership Conference (RLC).
04/26/19
22Green100%
A framework for one-on-one chapter finances training is created.
04/26/19
23Green100%
A Letter to Industry Template is produced and distributed to membership by RLC.
04/26/19
24Green100%
A guide on how to approach companies for funding is produced by RLC.
04/26/19
25Green100%
A guide on “Ways to Fundraise” is produced.
04/26/19
26Red0%
60% of active Region VI chapters (43 chapters) end the 2018-2019 term with an account balance of at least $1000.
04/26/19
27Yellow100%
Quarterly instructions and reminders about budgeting and financial management are generated
04/26/19
28Red83%
-Region VI is acknowledged universally for technical excellence
04/26/19
29Green250%
4 technical workshops for collegiate students offered at FRC 2018.
04/26/19
30Red0%
b. Host a Fall, Winter, and Spring Webinar on an emerging technical topic in partnership with a Region VI corporation that supports the growth and development of either professional and/or collegiate membership.
04/26/19
31Red0%
c. Highlight pre-collegiate, collegiate, and professional membership that are doing technically exciting things 6 times a month in all Region VI media (emails, social media, website, press-releases, videos, etc.).
04/26/19
32Yellow
d. By the end of term, at least 10 Region VI members have been recognized for their technical pursuits (project, research, product, etc.) in a non-NSBE publication.
04/26/19
33Yellow
e. 50% of collegiate chapters (21) in the Region have a "project's committee" to improve members skills outside of academics and to enhance their technical qualifications
04/26/19
34Yellow80%
f. The Fall or Spring Zone Summit in the Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain zones has a major technical component (workshop, designathon, speaker, TORCH, etc.)
04/26/19
35Yellow
Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain zones each have 6 TORCH events occur during 2018-2019. Events are recorded in the Activity Reporting Form.
04/26/19
36Yellow
Region VI has at least 1 chapter that finishes in the top 3 of each of the following Annual Convention Competitions: Technical Research Exhibition (TRE), Academic Tech Bowl, Hackathon, NSBE Debaters, First Lego League, Try-Math-A-Lon, and NSBE Jr. Explorer.
04/26/19
37Red87%
-Chapters are inextricably linked and indispensable to the fabric of their campus
04/26/19
38Red0%
Conduct a "Dean's Forum" with at least 5 (ideally 1 each from Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain) Region VI School of Engineering Dean's to increase awareness of NSBE and to guide chapter leaders on how to partner with their Universities.
04/26/19
39Yellow160%
Conduct an “Executive’s Roundtable” at FRC with at least 5 (ideally 1 each from Southern California, Northern California, Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain) Region VI corporate executives to increase awareness of NSBE and to guide professional and collegiate members on career advancement.
11/11/18
40Red
c. NSBE members are consistently (once a month) featured in their school (pre-collegiate), University or School/College of Engineering (collegiate), place of employment (professionals) publications and media.
04/26/19
41Yellow
d. Chapter advisors are aware and involved in at least 2 NSBE chapter events (general meetings, outreach events, etc.) per quarter/semester. Activity reporting form indicates a chapter advisor was involved or not involved.
04/26/19
42Yellow
Every individual that represents one of the following demographics on a Region VI campus knows about NSBE:
i. University staff and administration (collegiate)
ii. Teachers and administration (pre-collegiate)
iii. Managers, owners, and executives (professionals)
04/26/19
43Yellow
25% or more collegiate chapters (11 chapters) whose School of Engineering's have an "Engineering Student Organization of the Year Award" are winning the award
04/26/19
44Green100%
Each respective professional chapter member’s place of employment has a presence at Regional and collegiate recruitment events (career fairs, hospitality suites, zone summits, etc.)
04/26/19
45Yellow
Collegiate chapters have a presence at School of Engineering recruitment events (orientation, summer outreach camps, etc.). Activity reporting form and media indicate a chapter was involved in these events
04/26/19
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47Red85%
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