Thursday, July 1, 2010

Thank you Volunteers and Virtual Judges!

Over the past eight years, eCYBERMISSION has relied on the generosity of volunteers to help build and advance the competition. Between the stellar performances of our CyberGuides on the Discussion Forums and in the student webinars, to the record number of Virtual Judges who carefully scored all of the Mission Folders, to the excellent work our Ambassadors did to help us reach our highest registration goal to date, we could not have asked for a better year.


CyberGuides – Thank you for all of your support this year, both to the student participants and the eCYBERMISSION staff. The Discussion Forums, Chat Rooms and CyberGuide webinars were all a huge success and we look forward to working with you next year. 

Virtual Judges – Your commitment to carefully scoring each and every Mission Folder is commendable. Virtual Judges play a crucial role in the competition, scoring all Mission Folders objectively and ultimately choosing the winning teams. We thank you for your hard work and look forward to seeing what next year has in store.

Ambassadors – Thank you for all you have contributed to the competition! We truly appreciate your dedication and know that we wouldn’t have such successful registration numbers this year without your support. 

Many volunteers are full-time professionals who graciously participate in eCYBERMISSION because of their commitment to educating and guiding America’s youth. Science, technology, engineering and math are essential areas of study for our next generation of leaders, and with the help and dedication of volunteers, eCYBERMISSION is able to spread the importance of teaching these subjects.

Thank you to each and every Ambassador, CyberGuide and Virtual Judge. We would not have had such an amazing year without your commitment and support.

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