About Cardinal Space Mining Club.
Cardinal Space Mining Club (fomerly Cyclone(TM) Space Mining Club) is a group of students in, but not limited to, the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The group will annually design and build a robotic mining system to compete in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition. As a result, the members of the Cardinal Space Mining Club will be challenged to create an atmosphere of community and excitement among students, learning from and teaching other students, welcoming prospective students and community members, connecting students with faculty and community through projects, activities, and demonstrations.
Cardinal Space Mining is always interested in fresh talent. If you are looking for a great project to develop your professional skills, this is the best place to get involved. The team needs a diverse set of skills which are as following:
- Computer-Aided Designing.
- Electronics Designing.
- Public Relations.
- Graphics Designing.
- Planning and Management.
- Business and Sponsorship.
- Writing and Communication.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Cardinal Space Mining, the first step is to attend a general meeting. General meetings are on Thursdays at 7:10 pm in Hoover 1227.
Forward any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.