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About Us

As Omnicats, we firmly abide by our slogan, “Student Designed. Student Built” because we want to engage in a learning experience independent from professional mentors where we can express our ideas freely, work in a professional environment, and learn from our mistakes. This style has encouraged us to step outside of our comfort zone and work more closely with our teammates.

Team Organization

Our team is split into three sub divisions, each with its own lead, and into further sub teams within these divisions. The three divisions are System Engineering, Internal Operations, and Ambassadors. System Engineering handles the robot, and it consists of the Mechanism, Drivetrain, Code, CAD, Electrical, and Integration teams. The Internal Operations team handles financials, scheduling, and maintaining a good team environment. It consists of the Logistics and Safety teams. The final division, our Ambassador division, handles communication with other teams and groups at our school. It consists of the Outreach and PR teams, which collaborate to ensure the best management of our team. This team structure is efficient, organized, and allows each member to work where they are best suited and most interested in working.

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In Our School Community

Outside of VEX and FRC, we try to make an effort to be active and contribute to our school community. We offer two middle school classes that allow younger students to get more involved in robotics and see if it peaks their interest. We also have designed robots for our school community in general and even collaborated with Windward's theater department a few years ago to create a robots that starred as a prop in their productions of Aladdin and The Wizard of Oz. Many of our team members are also part of other groups on campus such as the CREATE Studio Stewards, who help in our school's maker space, and theater technology and because of this we often work closely with these groups to bolster each other. 

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