My sister and I are glad to lead 4 teams of wonderful students and their parents to help us. Here, we would like to thank our volunteer team members. This project will not be success as today without all of your support and help. Shout out and thanks for everybody ❤️.
Blessings, William & Audrey Su
1. William Satz School Team
Mr. Ryan O’Keefe & his son Tyler O’Keefe
Mr. O’Keefe is a Tech Ed & TSA teacher at William R. Satz school.
When Mr. Okeefe heard about our NJPPE project, he immediately stepped up and gave support with his 2 3D-printers. He is printing face shield frames with his son Tyler, and provides technical feedback and helpful information to speed up the printing process. With them, we have tripled our face shield frames making process, and they are contributing to the community with the modified model. On 4/26/2020, they donated 70 face shield frames to us. Thank you very much for your big help!
On 5/7/2020, Mr. O’Keefe printed additional 40 face shield frames for us. He is the Tech Ed teacher at W. R. Satz middle school, and he is very experienced with 3D printers, and provides different tricks and tips to speed up the process. He is willing join us to speed up the printing process for face shield frames. We stopped by today and he gave us a virtual fist bump through the window. With his help, we are approaching our goal even faster!
Audrey Su, William Su, Chloe Lee, Kasey Lau, Kylee Lau, Devon Lau, Tyler Yeung, Taylon Yeung, Nicholas Rakoski, Elizabeth Rakoski, Lillian Stafford, Isabel Stafford, Micah Seiler, Summer Liu & Tessa Liu.
On 4/26/2020, we had our first Zoom tutorial meeting with our JSCS volunteers to help assemble the face shields. The JSCS volunteers are the first ones to contact us for the volunteer opportunity, and they are very excited to be part of our NJPPE project and help the community. Audrey is a teacher assistant in the Jersey Shore Chinese School & helped in many various summer camps. Thus, she is good with students. She instructed them on how to assemble the face shields with easy to understand, step by step instructions. The JSCS principal, Jasmine Lee, and culture director, Melissa Lau, were also helping us with our cause. This is a great activity to do during quarantine! Together we assembled 80 face shields today!
On 4/28/2020, we had our second Zoom tutorial meeting with our JSCS volunteers to help assemble the face shields. Two more families joined our JSCS team this time. They are happy to volunteer and take part in this amazing initiative. They all wore masks and gloves when assembling these face shields. While the families were working, Audrey also told the students why we set up NJPPE to help the frontline heroes. She also showed them the 3D printers through Zoom. Together, we assembled 120 face shields!
On 5/9/2020 & 5/15/2020, our JSCS team members helped us assemble face shields. With our teamwork, we have assembled another 500 face shields in two weeks. Thanks for our JSCS principal Jasmine Lee to demonstrate our face shields.
On 5/16/2020, we had our 5th Zoom tutorial meeting with our JSCS volunteers to help assemble the face shields.
On 5/23/2020, we had our 6th Zoom tutorial meeting with our JSCS volunteers to help assemble the face shields. Thank you for helping us and assembling 50 face shields!
3. Boy Scout Troop 131 Team
WillIam Su, Esteban Pedroza, Grant Lin, Andrew Chen, Owen Chen and our cutest fan – Chase Lin.
On 5/3/2020, we had our third Zoom tutorial meeting with our Boy Scout Troop 131, which volunteered to help assemble the face shields. William is a Life Rank Boy Scout and was a patrol leader in his troop. Once his fellow scouts heard about the projects. Scouts jumped in and volunteered to help the community right away. Follow his scout motto: “Be Prepared”, they spent their weekend on the virtual meeting, and showed them how to assemble the face shields and varies prototype stories. Together, we assembled 100 face shields with great scouting spirit!
On 5/9/2020 & 5/15/2020, the Boy Scouts troop 131 helped us to print the face shield frames. We supplied the material and told them which template we used to print the face shield frames. They all were interested in 3D printing! They printed 100 face shield frames to speed up our work. What a great demonstration of teamwork!
4. Monmouth Fidelity Chinese School Team
Kaylee Gordon, Grant Lin, Chase Lin, Danny Kao, Brian Lo & Alicia Lo.
On 5/16/2020, we had our 4th zoom meeting with the “Monmouth Fidelity Chinese School Team.” They contacted us and said that they would like to help NJPPE. They helped to assemble 50 face shields. We also showed them which template we used to print the face shields and supplied the materials for them to print the frames themselves. We are glad they joined our team and are helping to make face shields!
On 5/23/2020, we had our 7th Zoom tutorial meeting with our Monmouth Fidelity Chinese School volunteers to help assemble the face shields. Together they helped to assemble 100 face shields.