Dear Potential Recruit:
To qualify, first you need to send in a proposal via e-mail to: [email protected].
Scott Dean is our Recruiting Director.
He will review the proposal before taking it to our management to get approval.
Also, you must fillout the MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION so we can have a profile of you and your car.
Once it is approved, the potential member will be invited to our next meeting.
During the meeting, the potential member will go through a team-wide interview.
After the meeting, the potential member will then be set aside and have a personal meeting with Scott Dean and/or your Chapter Director and possibly any other co-leaders that are interested in attending the meeting.
The potential recruit then has a chance then to decide if Team Hybrid is the team he/she wants to join.
If he/she decides not to, there will be no hard feelings but a warm handshake. If he/she decides to join, they will then be handed Team Hybrid’s probationary contract with a monthly fee of $35 (Non-Refundable) and probationary standard operation manual.
Team Hybrid operates on a democratic voting system.
All members are voted in democratically. Thus after signing on to the contract, it is all up to the probationary member to network with people on the team and to have them vote you in.
The proposal that you email to will have to consist of: (copy & past these 5 questions)
- Introduction (who you are? background? education? etc. etc.) –
we highly stress educational background because we believe that having a good education brings forth a person’s professional image –
which we must keep up due to our corporate sponsors.
- Why did you choose Team Hybrid?
- Why should Team Hybrid choose you?
(This is one of the most important part. What we are trying to see is what distinguishes you from any other candidates – on the average month, your proposal will be competing with 1-10 other people that are trying to get on probation).
- Your current modifications.
- Any future modification plans.
Your vehicle does not have to be show quality or “Hybrid Quality” to join Team Hybrid .
We have over 100+ members, half of them do not have a show quality vehicle. But what Team Hybrid strives for, is to nurture them, grow them, guide them in the import scene in order for them to be the next superstars of Team Hybrid! We understand that it takes time, money, vision, ambition, and good taste to build an award winning, magazine published and SEMA worthy vehicle.
The team and the management group are there to help out any individual members that are in need.
At times, a co-leader or team president will personally conduct networking seminars each year to teach our members how to obtain sponsors, follow up, network, and etc.
Moreover, we encourage all members to come with our management team and our staff during trade shows to witness and learn how we lobby for corporate sponsors.
We call this “building your pipeline”. Growing the next batch of superstars is always one of our TOP PRIORITY.
All in all, cars are only a part of Team Hybrid.
What we try to create is an atmosphere of successful individuals. A large team always networking in order to help each other not only in cars, but in career, family and other aspects of life as well.
Our team currently composes of doctors, engineers, business owners, corporate managers, graduate students, undergraduate students, military personnel, etc. Individuals from all walks of life coming together to form the well oiled machine that is Team Hybrid
Moreover, Team Hybrid (after 25+ years of existence) continues to be a big family.
Our Co-Leaders plan events such as BBQs, coffee runs, weekend gatherings, sponsorship seminars, product education, product training, etc., in order to provide an environment of interaction between our co-leaders, chapter directors, members, hunnyz, and probies outside of car shows or race events.
We are personally honored that you have selected Team Hybrid as your new family and team.
We wish you good luck on your proposal and our “Hybrid Family” looks forward to meeting you in person.
Team Hybrid Management