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2017 - 2018



Bell High School Bruins Robotics’ objective is to foster interest in robotics and STEM fields
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) through competition, to curate a strong relationship
with the surrounding Ottawa community, and to develop leadership skills and team dynamics.

Team First, Robotics Second

At Bell High School robotics we believe that building up a core team and sharing skills is crucial to
create a winning robot. This year is our 1st year in existence and we really want to take the next
step up because we believe we have very talented and passionate people from all kinds of walks
of life. Our team consists of 17 members and we are planning to expand and open up the club for
more new members. This year our team will be working on 3 major projects: Two Arduino projects,
competing in local competitions such as the IEEE ORC competition (Ottawa Robotics Club) in
hopes of improving our relationship with our immediate community; and our Vex Robotics project
participating in competitions around Canada in hopes of making it into the Vex Worlds competition
hosted in Louisville, Kentucky.
During the beginning of the year we put emphasis on team building skills in hopes of equipping the
teams with relevant skills needed for robotics and to get the team to know each other in a
professional setting. Senior members try to spend more time with the new members in hopes of
transferring their knowledge to our future leaders. | 2017 -2018 | SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

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Meeting Our Goals
We meet our objectives by partaking in various international and local competitions and by
developing an extensive outreach program, thereby developing engineering talent both in our
immediate community, and abroad.




ORC IEEE Green Arm

We only have 1 earth, in this challenge our
goal is to design a robot that can quickly
and accurately sort recyclable materials
from a pile of garbage

Every year a challenge
like this is run by the
ORC, and it's always fun
to meet local teams.

IBM LRT Detour Challenge

With a lot of construction in Ottawa this
year comes lot of road closures. Our task
is to design a robot with arduino that can
navigate past these road closures

This years sponsor for
ORC is IBM and this is
the challenge they
curated. It is another local

VEX Robotics “ In the zone”

This years Vex Robotics challenge is “In
the zone” where your goal is to design a
robot that can stack certain pylons onto the
goals efficiently

Vex is a international
platform, we start out in
local tournaments and we
move our way up!


Bruins Robotics is committed to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics
(STEM) in the Ottawa Community. We try to visit local schools and teach children about some of
the basic concepts that engineers work with every day. This encourages them to learn more about
science and engineering and is also a lot of fun!
Next year our school will be expanded to all for grade 7 and 8s and we will be committed to
providing them with knowledge and interest. | 2017 -2018 | SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

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Become a Sponsor

Reach out to Students

By sponsoring Bell High School Robotics, you will be helping a group of ambitious and
dedicated students to pursue their passion for engineering. Promotion for your
company will be featured prominently on our website as well as on our future
publications. As we wear your name with pride,your company will be in the spotlight
across the almost Bell High School and Ottawa Robotics community and in front of an
audience of students from around the world at the Vex Worlds competition we hope to
attend next year with your support

Stimulate Development

Bell High School Robotics team members are developing soft skills that are not taught
in the classroom, such as leadership, multidisciplinary teamwork, real-world problem
solving, group logistics, and time management. Additionally, technical skills are being
learned and practiced all year long, that make our team members stand out among their
peers. By supporting us you’re giving strong young minds access to more resources to
enhance their learning

Where the funds go

As our robotics club has expanded to regional
and one major international competition most
our expenses are transportation and
accommodation. The money will also be used
to purchase high quality robotics
components. | 2017 -2018 | SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

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Huge company logo and link featured on our website
Huge company logo on all promotional products such as t-shirts
Company logo placed on all competing robots and accessories
involved in the competition
Priority access to company info sessions and team meet ups
Access to design promotional products to your desire


Large company logo and link featured on our website and all
promotional products such as t-shirts
Company logo placed on competing robots used by Bell H.S
Opportunity for company info sessions and team meet ups


Medium size company logo and link featured on our website
Medium size company name and Logo in all promotional
products such as t-shirts
Opportunity for company info sessions and team meet ups


Company logo and link featured on our website
Company name and Logo in all promotional products
such as t-shirts | 2017 -2018 | SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

Estimated Budget: 7000$

<500 500+ 1500+


Sponsorship Levels

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Contact Us
We hope that you are excited about these competitions as we are. Robotics is our
passion and we try our best to make it as far as possible. We would be honoured to
have you join our journey to success as one of our sponsors
If you would like to learn more about our team, please contact us or visit our website

Alan Guan
President of Bruins Robotics
+1 343 262 1068
40 Cassidy Rd, Nepean, ON K2H 6K1 | 2017 -2018 | SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

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