How it works:

Students will email an essay or video of themselves with a description on why they think they deserve to make RoboProm Court to RoboProm399@gmail.com. You must clearly state whether or not you will be attending the Houston or St. Louis RoboProm when you submit. A panel of judges will then review the submissions and choose three nominees for queen court, and three nominees for king court for each championship. All king and queen nominees will be put onto a ballot that will be posted on Team 399’s Facebook account and team399.org. There will be separate ballots for RoboProm Houston and for RoboProm St. Louis. All king and queen nominees will be asked to sign in at the event. The final kings and queens will be announced at each event.

 

When it’s happening:

Submissions will open on March 18th, 2017, and will end Saturday, April 8th, 2017 at 6:00 PM Pacific Time.

 

Essay Requirements:

1000 Character (with spaces) Maximum

  • What have you accomplished on your team?

    • (i.e. Chairman’s presenter, drive team, etc.)

  • Why do you deserve to be on RoboProm court?

 

Video Requirements:

5 Minute Maximum

  • What have you accomplished on your team?

    • (i.e. Chairman’s presenter, drive team, etc.)

  • Why do you deserve to be on RoboProm court?

 

Details:

No campaigning is allowed

  • (i.e. flyers, social media posts, posters, etc.)

Late submissions will not be accepted.