Financial worked on revising grants and sending one out. Technical continued the work on their report, making steady progress. Landen officially ran the meeting.
We did not break up into committees. Instead, we collectively had a Skype call with Maurice to discuss progress and issues with the pre-implimentation plan. We discussed contacting our current driller and possibilities of a new driller.
Outreach did not meet this week and instead worked with Technical on their report. Financial Development got accepted to fill out Friends of Tanzania grant, so they continued working on filling out applications for other grants.
Outreach created flyers for the Chipotle fundraiser, and Financial Development worked on filling out multile grants.
Congratulations to Landen Naphtali and Priti Kantesaria for being elected 2017-2018 Project Leads! Financial Development Committee also got accepted for a Chipotle Fundraiser on April 2nd.
Since Outreach finished the flyer and business cards, Technical finished the Alternative Analysis report, and Financial finished the Spring Grant, during this week's meeting, we did not break off into sub-committees. Instead, we collectively brainstormed to determine what exacly we need to kow before going to Tanzania this summer, and what we will be implementing when we get there.
We broke off into sub committees quickly so that each committee could finish their respective jobs as the deadlines approached. Technical continued their research and completion of the Alternative Analysis report, Financial proofread and worked on completing the Spring Grant, and Outreach worked on making finishing touches on the flyer.
The Co-Leads explained the election process for members to become project leads for next year. Outreach finished up designing the flyers and business cards to distribute as a marketing material, and they plan on making finishing touches next week. Financial Development started working on the Spring Grant proposal. Technical continued researching for the Alternatives Analysis report, working on their respective sections. They plan on finishing the report soon.
The Co-Leads explained the election process for members to obtain an eboard positon for next year. Outreach finished up designing the flyers to distribute as a marketing material, while Financial discusssed ideas for fundraising and narrowed down events to a Chipotle event, bagging at supermarkets, and possibly canning. Fiancial also startd looking into the Spring grant. Technical continued researching for the Alternatives Analysis report, which determines other options for creating a sustainable water system, as a back-up.
The Co-Leads presented about the EWB Project Process, and taught the new and old members all about the different stages of an EWB Project. Outreach worked on a new flyer to distribute as a marketing material, while Financial worked on new ideas for fundraising like a Chipotle event, canning, and bagging at supermarkets. Technical started writing an Alternatives Analysis, which determines other optionsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ for creating a sustainable water system, as a back-up.
We discussed both the history and the future of our project as well as some goals for this semester. We played a quick trivia game to get everyone up to speed on the important facts of the project. We did not break up into our subcommittees this week, but we will definitely be getting right to work next week. At the EWB Winter Banquet, Corey Norton and Allen Wang shared the current state of our project with alumni and School of Engineering Administration, and Priti Kantesaria and Shaun Ren were acknowledged for their tremendous work in the Tanzania Project thus far.
The community feedback report and post-assessment report have been sent to Joseph and Malicky who will share them with KAVIWASU and the community. We now plan on doing a combined assessment and implementation trip this summer, where we will implement the borehole and assess for a distribution system.