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Believe in the Community Engagement Center
Transcript of Believe in the Community Engagement Center
Are there some faculty that are better suited than others?
Do you know of any nonprofits or organizations that would benefit from hosting student volunteers?
Do you know of any students that are interested in or would benefit from volunteer service?
Would you be will to champion a group of volunteers?
How can we organize group projects for students? In particular K-8.
21st Century Skills
Rebecca Manning & Sue Austin
Believe in the
Goals of MSAD #60
2014-15 Mentoring Goals
Grade Level Exhibitions
The Believe! Committee and the Community Engagement Center have joined forces!
Who are some of our Community Partners?
Internships & ELOs
A few very important ELOs
occurred last year.
How would we like to improve?
Questions for the group
Pride & Purpose
Extended Learning Opportunities
Life & Career
60 hours of required CS work
There are 85 registered student volunteers on Truist.
Total hours logged 496
Sept-Dec 2013: 138
16 current volunteer opportunities
How can the
Community Engagement Center
& Believe! Committee
help our students reach
21st Century Goals
and MSAD#60 Goals?
67 Seniors have conducted interviews within the field of their research facilitated by the CEC
April 18, 2014 is Job Shadow Day for freshman at NHS. I have invited 142 businesses to host a student
Did you Know...
There are over 500 registered businesses in our district?
The average person changes careers 5-7 times in life time
Student must be prepared for multiple pathways
Success is often the result of
taking a misstep in the right direction.
5 ELOs totaling over 200 hours
There are currently over 5 locations willing to work with students as interns or ELOs.
"Michael enjoyed his experience at the garage working around buses and learning more about the diesel training areas that interest him. The positive experience has supported my son's decision to research colleges for becoming a diesel mechanic. I do hope more students who need hands-on learning experiences get the same chance my son did! " ~Mike's Mother
"Mike was another lost soul who thought he wanted to do Building Trades at Voc but really wanted to learn diesel mechanics. Rebecca hooked Mike up with an ELO at the district garage and the growth in Mike was quite incredible. He came out of his shell, was excited about coming to school and confirmed his desire to follow his dream of becoming a diesel mechanic. "
~Mike's Guidance Counselor
"Thank you Noble High School for initiating this program. We feel that it will be extremely beneficial for so many other students in the future!"
Get more members on
the Believe! Committee
Increase exposure and involvement
within MSAD #60 community
Share our success stories!
do we take?
Share the flyers!
Share the website!
Keep the conversation going!
Create dropout prevention strategies.
Community members, faculty and students together in a forum that explores and supports district goals.
Offer community based learning to raise aspirations
of our youth.
Savannah: Satisfied her
Physical Fitness credit by training with the cadet
program in Portsmouth, NH.
Rob: Worked with multiple mentors to create a business and marketing plan while
Mike: Worked along side mechanics to
and big rigs.
Ethel's Tree of Life
Berwick Public Library
North Berwick Parks & Rec
Berwick Parks & Rec
Be an opener of doors.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Do you Believe! in the Community Engagement Center?
Let's do some math...
There are approximately 250 students in each class
Each student is required 15 hours of annual community service
of human capital
Increase student participation
MSAD #60 offers multiple types mentoring
Peer to Peer
: Offered at NHS
Upperclassmen to Elementary
: High school students travel to district elementary schools
Community Member to Student
: Job shadows, ELOs, working relationships between student and community member
Promote Peer to Peer mentoring
Reintroduce preparatory class for mentors
Introduce recognition program for mentors
as defined by our needs:
- be available to students for interviews and panel members
- have an ongoing professional relationship to support learning and post secondary education goals
- provide location for job shadow, intern, ELO opportunities
- volunteers to manage community service events
- committed contributors and committee members
Word of Mouth
Friends of Friends
Chamber of Commerce