A successful application demonstrates that you and your founding members are organized, dedicated, creative, responsible, and passionate about finding solutions to problems that can impact billions of lives. REDX clubs emphasize the peer-to-peer invention process, so it is critical to build a great peer network.
(1) Create a core team
You need at least 3 people to come together and take on the roles of Coordinator, Treasurer, Webmaster and Project Leads. You can also add other roles. These core team members will coordinate most of the REDX Club’s meetings, activities, projects, speakers, and other Club functions.
(2) Confirm a REDX Club Advisor
The advisor is typically a faculty member, organization's senior member/ leader or a scientist. This person is responsible for leading negotiations within the organization with seniors/ members and acting as an advisor.
(3) Designate Space
You will need a conference room or classroom space to host the weekly spot-probe discussions. You will also need internet connectivity plus a video screen to watch online content. Upload photos of these facilities along with your submission form..
(4) Populate Calendar
Each Spot-Probe cycle lasts 10 weeks, 2 hours per week. Select your weekly slot, start date and end date,
(5) Assemble a REDX Club Senior Board
This group of approximately five to ten leaders are responsible for selecting projects, Your team should include people with diverse skills and interests -- including skills in engineering, IT, business and design. In the beginning, your Club may not have many material resources available. As a result, your Board’s most important resource will be the contacts you can convene: people you know with skills, expertise, materials, facilities, and other resources that will help you put your ideas into action.