Nathan Pai Schmitt
ID: 503-64-9296

HackSchool Hybrid Transcript
Denver, CO 80218


SolarCase Electronics Company
(2015-2016)

Design, manufacture, and distribute 100+ solar charging smartphone case at 10% cost of industry standard for use in high poverty communities; with a viable business model.

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Goal Execution Assessment: Excellent----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Sold and distributed 500 devices (500% of goal) in high poverty community.
  • Posting week over week sales growth of 40%; profitable.
    Incorporated then sold to Otter Products LLC for $250,000.

Student Role: Project Lead-----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Managed 4-student team, seed funding lead, communications quality control.

Industry Collaborators: Solar City, Amazon Services, FMD Machining, (more+details)

Contributing Academics-----(Full Academic Transcript)

Content and skills covered in the following courses were utilized for this project.

Course Title ......................................................... Grade
Advanced Leadership & Management ...................... A+
English Composition........................................................... A+
Geopolitic ................................................................................. A
Professional Communication ........................................ A
Geometry .................................................................................. B+
Chemistry ................................................................................. B
Physics ........................................................................................ B
Digital Design .......................................................................... B
Statistics and Applied Mathematics .......................... C+

Sample Work
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R&D Collaborative:
Ability Assistive Technology (2014-2015)

Design, manufacture, and distribute 10+ two audio-asisstive wearable smart technology devices for the blind at 50% cost of industry standard for daily use in partnership with Colorado School of Mines Assistive Technology Research Team

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Goal Execution Assessment: Excellent----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Sold and distributed 500 devices (500% of goal) in high poverty community.
  • Posting week over week sales growth of 40%; profitable.
    Incorporated then sold to Otter Products LLC for $250,000.

Student Role: Project Lead-----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Managed 4-student team, seed funding lead, communications quality control.

Industry Collaborators: Solar City, Amazon Services, FMD Machining, (more+details)

Contributing Academics-----(Full Academic Transcript)

Content and skills covered in the following courses were utilized for this project.

Course Title ......................................................... Grade
Advanced Leadership & Management ...................... A+
English Composition........................................................... A+
Geopolitic ................................................................................. A
Professional Communication ........................................ A
Geometry .................................................................................. B+
Chemistry ................................................................................. B
Physics ........................................................................................ B
Digital Design .......................................................................... B
Statistics and Applied Mathematics .......................... C+

Sample Work
The following media samples student work from this project. This media section is only intended as sample for the purposes of the HackSchool Hybrid Transcript/Resume. Content may not match this particular project.



















R&D Collaborative:
Ability Assistive Technology (2013-2014)

Design, manufacture, and distribute 10+ two audio-asisstive wearable smart technology devices for the blind at 50% cost of industry standard for daily use in partnership with Colorado School of Mines Assistive Technology Research Team.

+ Click for more

Goal Execution Assessment: Excellent----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Sold and distributed 500 devices (500% of goal) in high poverty community.
  • Posting week over week sales growth of 40%; profitable.
    Incorporated then sold to Otter Products LLC for $250,000.

Student Role: Project Lead-----(Assessment Matrix)

  • Managed 4-student team, seed funding lead, communications quality control.

Industry Collaborators: Solar City, Amazon Services, FMD Machining, (more+details)

Contributing Academics-----(Full Academic Transcript)

Content and skills covered in the following courses were utilized for this project.

Course Title ......................................................... Grade
Advanced Leadership & Management ...................... A+
English Composition........................................................... A+
Geopolitic ................................................................................. A
Professional Communication ........................................ A
Geometry .................................................................................. B+
Chemistry ................................................................................. B
Physics ........................................................................................ B
Digital Design .......................................................................... B
Statistics and Applied Mathematics .......................... C+

Sample Work
The following media samples student work from this project. This media section is only intended as sample for the purposes of the HackSchool Hybrid Transcript/Resume. Content may not match this particular project.