The Grand Blanc High School Robotics Team is always recruiting new members and Mentors. Mentors volunteer their time to assist students in developing, constructing and promoting Team 2337. Mentors for the EngiNERDs will be held to a high standard of Gracious Professionalism and must be willing to set a positive example for students at all times.
- Dedication – Team Mentors must take into consideration that although their participation is strictly voluntary, the ideas and efforts that they put forth will greatly affect every aspect of the team. Full-time Mentors can anticipate dedicating equal or greater amounts of time than what is required of student team members. Part-time Mentor positions are available.
- Donations – Team Mentors and team parents have the ability to donate time, skills, labor, building materials, tools, training classes, and many other items or education.
- Mentor Qualifications – Team Mentors do not have to be a parent or relative of a team member to join, anyone is welcome. Team Mentors must be professional, patient, and show the ability to interact with High School Students in a respectful, supportive manner. No skills or qualifications are required to join.
- Mentor Meetings - In order to maintain open communication with the Team's Head Mentors and Section Leaders, Mentor meetings will be held on a regular basis. These meetings allow the Head Mentors to appropriately distribute tasks and projects, and play a critical role in assuring that goals are met in a safe and timely manner.
- Best "Man" for the Job - Team 2337 owes much of the success that has been achieved to the skills and training that Mentors have passed-on to Students. In order to achieve this, The EngiNERDs' Head Mentors look for the most qualified person for each job, and equip him or her with the necessary tools to ensure that the project is completed to meet high standards.