The Assets Robotics program is dedicated for high school students to gain knowledge in the technology or science field. The FTC and FRC programs allow our students to compete in robotics tournaments operated by FIRST. One of the goals of our team is to design, build, and drive a fully operational robot within six weeks. The team is split into many "sub-teams," which practice different aspects or disciplines of the technology field. In order to make this possible, a large amount of money has to be raised by our students from community events to sponsorship.

By sponsoring us, you can help the students reach their hopes and dreams, and allow them to become the engineers of tomorrow. Our sponsors are essential to run the Robotics program, without them, there would be no robots. That is why we take this opportunity to graciously thank all our current sponsors and those that sponsored us before for their financial support.

In addition to thanking our current sponsors, we listed them here on our website, on our robot, robot cart, team t-shirts, and anything produced by our team for the season.

Program Sponsors (2022-2023)

Hawaiian Electric
Team WAFFLES

KSG
Team MEAF

Tapiki
Team WAFFLES

Hawaiian Sun
Team MEAF

Bayer (Grant)
Team WAFFLES

Trellix
Team WAFFLES




How to help by becoming a Sponsor

Our robotics program exists thanks to the tireless effort of our adult volunteers, mentors, and coaches, as well as the generous financial contributions of various individuals and businesses throughout Hawai'i. Our teams work to spread the names of our sponsors by putting business logos and names on the robot and team banners which we display at local events as well as competitions throughout the state. The names and logos of sponsors will also appear on team apparel.

Our students have compiled a Sponsorship Packet for our robotics program for our potential sponsors to review.

Please see sponsorship levels (on the right) as a reference. For any questions or concerns, please contact the Assets Robotics head coach, Peter Han, at peterhan@assets-school.org.

Assets Robotics relies on the generous contributions of our sponsors above.

We also actively apply for grants and scholarships, as well as plan fundraising activities to sustain ourselves.

If you can't be our sponsor, personal donations to Assets School Robotics Program can also help cover registration fees, robot parts, and travel to competitions such as neighbor island competitions and the National Championship.
Assets School is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the school collects donations on our behalf and all donations are tax-deductible.

Any amount is highly appreciated and will directly support our teams.

For all sponsors & donations, please write a check payable to 'Assets School', memo: 'Robotics'.

You may also submit your donation directly at our Assets School Website:

https://www.assets-school.org/giving/donate

Sponsorship Levels *

Supporting Sponsor ~ $100

  • Website: Name of individual/business/Logo on our website

Helps us purchase tools to use over many seasons


Bronze Sponsor – $100~$499

  • Team T-shirt: Name/Logo of individual/business on team T-shirts

  • Website: Name/Logo of individual/business on our website

We are able to pay for the FIRST Registration fee


Silver Sponsor – $500~$999

  • Robot: Name/Logo of business on the competition Robot

  • Team T-shirt: Name/Logo of individual/business on team T-shirts

  • Website: Name/Logo of individual/business on our website

We are able to purchase the Robotics field for practice


Gold Sponsor – $1,000~$1,499

  • Banner: Name/Logo on banner (displayed at events & tournaments)

  • Robot: Name/Logo of business on the competition Robot

  • Team T-shirt: Name/Logo of individual/business on team T-shirts

  • Website: Name/Logo of individual/business on our website

We are able to purchase robot equipment (extra motors, sensors, etc.)


Platinum Sponsor – $1,500+

  • Your company name announced alongside our team name at competitions

  • Banner: Name/Logo on banner (displayed at events & tournaments)

  • Robot: Name/Logo of business on the competition Robot

  • Team T-shirt: Name/Logo of individual/business on team T-shirts

  • Website: Name/Logo of individual/business on our website

We are able to travel to tournaments out of town (neighbor islands)

* All sponsors will receive an end-of-season engineering portfolio compiled by each team for review, as well as the opportunity to request for in-person presentations by our students at the end of the season to share their learning journey.

** All team t-shirts are scheduled to be ordered and printed in September.

You can also check out our Amazon 'wish-list' to support our great minds.

Why Contribute

FIRST® Robotics programs aim to expose students to new technologies, industry professionals, and scholarship opportunities through a student-led cooperative effort, guided by adult volunteers and mentors. Students learn industry-standard technical skills, such as engineering, design, and development, Computer Aided Design (CAD), industrial assembly techniques, software development, and more. Assets High School Robotics creates an environment which simulates a real-world engineering workplace environment, and this cooperative effort teaches students what our program refers to as “Soft skills”, as well as the technical “Hard skills”. These soft skills include time management, communication, professionalism, leadership, and other interpersonal workplace skills.