GEAR members advance to Journeyman status once they have completed years one, two, three and four of the senior group curriculum. After completing the senior curriculum, members have a foundation in electronics and computer programming. As a GEAR Journeyman, a member develops a project of their own, which may be completed in one or more years. GEAR advisors also develop projects for Journeymen to complete. GEAR advisors will be available to mentor our Journeymen, but each Journeyman will be expected to take on the primary role in project development.
At GEAR's monthly business meetings, members in the Junior and Senior groups work through the curriculum established by the advisers. Journeymen may wish to learn how to use Onshape (computer aided design software) if they have not done so already.
Please note that there are additional lessons for learning Fusion 360 software on the page linked above.
Last update: July 7, 2021