Transcript: One of our three cardinal principles is Friendship, so it is important that our chapter bonds thorugh its Fellowship Program! We believe that the closer we are as a chapter, the more we can accomplish through our Service Program! Scheduling Fellowships Around Service How we view Fellowship! Convenience Higher Attendance BROTHER BONDING!
Transcript: Digital Outreach Project Kaitlyn Rodee Clarke Loneliness Group Targeted -Former U.S. Surgeon General reports that this is a new epidemic for the country in 2019. -MARC reports that suicides have been on the rise in Jackson County. -Anxiety and Depression can be exasperated by loneliness. Graphs Jackson Co. Graphs Together via Zoom Program Idea - Since COVID-19 many individuals have been restricted on their private/public interactions with others - Together via Zoom will be a group hang out weekly but the theme will change each week. - Each week will have a theme like hobbies (i.e. board games, video games, horses, kpop) - The goal will have a guest each week so it is constantly changing. - People can talk privately via Zoom or participate in group activities. Stakeholders Stakeholders - This will require the involvement of several departments including the counseling department, administration department, etc., - Students will have to be apart of this program as well because they are the main part of this group. - Staff/Teachers/Hosts/Guest Speakers will also need to be available to watch over the program to make sure everyone is safe in the group Target Group Objective - Target groups of individuals who might be at high-risk of suicide. - Each week a survey will be sent out and participants will fill it out - The survey will include questions that will indicate if someone might additional services. Group Examples Examples - Video games - Books - KCPL Librarian - Majors - Adviser from UMKC - Cooking - Someone to do a cooking demo - Sports - Fashion Program Steps Initial Steps 1. Student signs up for Together via Zoom (either through referral or other source) 2. Student completes program 3. Program sends out survey via email & returns 4. Program determines if student needs additional referrals for services 5. Program gathers data
Transcript: Cover Letter Template Let the reader know if you have attached any additional documents. Paragraph 1 Continued Employer Contact Information Use the template to help you compose your letter. Delete the guide text in [brackets] as you go. Save, print, sign, and turn in your letter. Keep a digital copy by emailing the letter to yourself, or uploading it to your Aeries "backpack." Go to https://sites.google.com/site/lohsadame Click on English 10 > Cover Letter Download the template at the bottom Using the Template Download the Template It would be a pleasure to discuss my __________ experience with you in person. Fill in the date- Write out month, date, and year. (March 2, 2018) Example (Paragraph 2, Sentence 1): Paragraph 3 I have attached my résumé for your consideration. This might include experience, special qualifications (such as certifications) interests, and/or hobbies. State why you are writing. I am writing in response to your advertisement posted online for a [job title]. This is an opportunity to explain in more detail relevant skills or experience in your résumé. Include a sentence that tells your reader how to get in touch with you (i.e., your phone number and email). Thank the employer for her/his consideration. Please contact me at 925-123-4567 at your earliest convenience so that we can arrange an interview. Thank you for your consideration. Tell why you are interested in working for this employer and reasons for desiring this type of work. When I first heard you were hiring a [job title], I was excited about the opportunity to work with you and your team. Example (Paragraph 3, Sentence 2-3): Paragraph 3 Indicate that you would like the opportunity to interview for a position or to talk with the employer to learn more about their opportunities or hiring plans. Example (Paragraph 3, Sentence 1) Example (Paragraph 1, Sentence 2): Image by Tom Mooring Make sure to focus on what you can do for the employer, not what the employer can do for you. Do your best to find out the name of the manager or person responsible for hiring. You may leave the brackets and guide text for this assignment. Paragraph 2 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 1 Customer Service Associate, Cashier, Administrative Assistant, Sales Associate, Hostess, Server, Automotive Technician, Entry-Level Technician, Entry Level Construction Crew Member, Construction Worker, Laborer, Painter, Roofer, Lifeguard, Grocery Clerk, Supermarket Clerk, Retail Shelf Stocker, Bag Clerk, Stocker Example- At the top, fill in your information. 1708 F Street Antioch, CA 94509 Contact Information Example (Paragraph 2, Sentence 2): Mention specific qualifications which make you a good fit for the employer’s needs. Paragraph 2 Example (Paragraph 1, Sentence 1): Common Job Titles/Positions My deep love of ________and knowledge of ___________ is a perfect fit for your company. Finished? My customer service experience includes working annually at a church fund raiser every December. My work experience in retail sales will be a great benefit to your company.
Transcript: Music In 1997 our paths crossed... Animals... Thomas William Brand Pella, Iowa Carrie Eileen Vander Zwaag Holland, Michigan... Naknek & Delta Junction, Alaska Taupo Baptist Church Siblings Alaska.. In the Beginning.... (aka 1977) What do Maize, Moose, Mayday, Mangos, Monkeys and Maraes have in common? The Great Outdoors... Men's Breakfast, 8th March, 2014 Iowa..
Transcript: Thinking about the good qualities of someone or something; thinking that a good result will happen; hopeful or optimistic Still being able to talk about the difficulties and acknowledge the struggle but keep a good attitude. Little formal research on this topic My experiences Drew Dudley - Everyday Leadership Transferable research Brené Brown Simon Sinek Shawn Achor SIU Division of Student Affairs Connection What questions do you have for me? The Golden Circle Self-awareness Boundaries Connection Purpose Positivity Integrity Courage Resilience Connection is the energy that exists between two people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgement; and when they derive sustenance and strengthen from the relationship Authentic Leadership Self-awareness - Know yourself Boundaries - Maintain boundaries Connection - Build connections Purpose - Visualize your motivation Positivity - Stay positive Integrity - Always do the right thing Courage - Be vulnerable Resilience - Bounce back Story Circles Verbs of Authentic Leadership Who is the most important person in your life and why? What is the most defining moment in your life? What is the biggest challenge you are currently facing? Conscious knowledge of one's own character, feelings, motives, and desires. "The only constant is me." Strengths and weaknesses Emotional intelligence "For values to be truly effective, they have to be verbs" ~Simon Sinek Self-awareness Know Yourself Authentic Leadership Fellowship Project Integrity Always Do the Right Thing Shawn Achor - The Happiness Advantage It takes 21 days to make a habit These 5 practices can change the way your brain responds Meditate for 5 minutes every day Do 5 random acts of kindness a day Spend money on experiences, not things Write down one meaningful thing a day Identify 3 things you are grateful for every day Values of Our Division Firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values "Integrity is not about being honest when we agree; it is also about being honest when we disagree, or even more importantly, when we make mistakes." Inclusivity: Foster safe, trust-based spaces for students to share and connect - Integrity. Connection. Courage. Engagement: Develop ways to inspire students to be involved and talk about issues - Purpose. Courage. Positivity. Compassion: Demonstrate care through genuine relationships - Connection. Courage. Positivity. Collaboration: Share our purpose and knock down barriers to connection and creativity - Connection. Boundaries. Courage. Accountability: Admit that we are human and mistakes happen - Self-awareness. Resilience. Courage. Fellowship Project Set Expectations Goal: Be able to lead authentically so we can connect with our students, motivate them to be engaged, inclusive, compassionate, collaborative, and hold one another accountable Fellowship Project Courage Be Vulnerable Purpose Visualize Your Motivation Hallmarks of Authentic Leadership Activity Positivity Challenge Tell us about a time you did the right thing. How did that feel? Share a time you didn't do the right thing. Did you tell someone about it at the time? Why or why not? Transferable to any organization, team, or even individual. Wright brothers Martin Luther King Jr. Big picture Your big picture Build Connections Problem: We struggle to connect to many of our students, which creates dissonance and an "us versus them" mentality What are you taking with you from this workshop? Boundaries Positivity Be Positive Proposal: Share the concept of Authentic Leadership with leaders in the division in order to create a space for us better connect with our students and their needs. Wrap Up Resilience Bounce Back An ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. SFD "Rumble": Self-awareness comes into play Acknowledge your mistakes, then your strengths.
Transcript: Video Introduction Warm Up Origin of Black History Month The Project Questions Sit Down Be Quiet Be Respectful Be Mature Be Engaged Keep Your Heads Up! Introduction Who Am I? “We should emphasize not Negro History, but the Negro in history. What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice.” Dr. Carter G. Woodson (“Father of Black History”) on the founding Negro History Week, 1926 Historian and educator Carter G. Woodson originally founded “Negro History Week” in 1926 Created during a time when most history books did not acknowledge any African-American history or the important role African-Americans played in the creation of America Woodson established the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History in an attempt to write Blacks into the History books Woodson chose February because it was the birth month of Abraham Lincoln (Feb 12) and Frederick Douglass (Feb 14); both of whom fought for freedom of American slaves In 1976, Negro History Week was extended a month also known as African American Heritage Month Who was the Founder of Black History Month? The Project Any Questions?? Websites: thewoozy.com blackpast.org Judgement Shame 1700s- Present Time Frames: 1700-1800 1800-1850 1850-1900 1900-1950 1950-2012 Different perspectives Member of the United States Army Groundbreaking Agenda Warm-Up Agenda Love (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. General Conflicts You will first be split up into groups Each group will be given a time frame of history You will then have to depict what the Black Experience was in America during that specific time frame Talented Culture Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, FL Expectations The Black Experience Throughout America Unique The purpose of this project is to educate, bring awareness to, and to celebrate the legacy of Black people in American History PowerPoint Careless Progressive Racism PowerPoint will need 10 or more slides No longer than 10 minutes per presentation Yes, you will be timed and you only get 30 seconds extra Presentations should consist of words and visuals (pictures, videos) There must be an introduction and a conclusion slide as well as an Agenda Everyone MUST Speak!! Lazy Black History Month Laws Cultured Beautfiul The Purpose Historical Figures My Black is. . . Ignorant Ghetto (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Dominique L. Grant Apart of the 2011-2012 City Year Baton Rouge BEING BLACK MEANS. . . Spark Stereotypes PowerPoint Presentation (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Societal Issues Creative Strong Graduate of The Florida State University Mother to 2 ½ year old Nyah Sadie Theresa Williams Black
Transcript: Who needs a boring cover letter anyways?! GG Favorite Champs? For Riot Games, expanding at a rapid rate is mobility! I'm not afraid to take calculated risks and own up to my mistakes in order to find an innovative solution. Let's get your attention... you have to admit, these guys are annoying..... There is no progress without an attempt!!! (I will be Hokage...err.. Riot Researcher) Baron !!!! teemo Disclaimer!!! Cover Presentation Leaguer since Season 4, currently G5 13 LP;highest G1 heading into Plat Promos Jungle and Top main AND I got a two week ban for losing my cool (least im honest LOL) Yasuo Researcher/Riot Games 12333 W OLYMPIC BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90064 Nah, I gotchu fam.. GG WP passionate researcher strategic Udyr, GOOD crucial decision making skills excellent interpersonal skills Teemo, BADDDD ability to think on feet (mobility) goal-oriented (most important quality) Lets keep moving.. some of my qualities are.. You always have to be thinking and ready for anything. For example, previous positions held were all about being able to decide on the fly (Behavioral Therapist, Assistant QA Manager, and Child Care Worker) while having extraordinary interpersonal communication, while valuaing research fundamentals. Tryndamere Being strategic like... bard tahm Recap Kobe Sugihara-Bell Dragon !!! Personal facts and opinions are here solely for entertainment and attentional purposes! Cant have ya'll sleeping on me now! Why mobility matters? or But how does mobility relate to research?! Most hated champs?! Udyr making intuitive decisions such as... Kobe Sugihara-Bell email@example.com 909-609-7861 8624 Creekside Pl. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 I make goals, plan how to get there, achieve them, then rinse and repeat Why? Cause i love mobility! and even.. and most importantly, goal-oriented!
Transcript: FELLOWSHIP SUMMARY 2015-16 MINNEAPOLIS donations PORTLAND CENTER STAGE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL upgrades Relationships SEGMENTATION single tickets ONE PATRON events/education WRITERS THEATRE CHICAGO STEPPENWOLF THEATRE Impact of programming on loyalty SOCIAL MEDIA Ticketing THEATRE Subscriptions up Higher patron satisfaction MILWAUKEE REPERATORY renewals HUBBARD STREET DANCE SALES SEATTLE Box office staff are assigned portfolios VANCOUVER ARTS CLUB THEATRE CANNON BEACH subscriptions For-profit investment strategies WHAT GOT US HERE WON'T GET US THERE Direct contact is encouraged Higher patron satisfaction levels DEVELOPMENT Acquisitions Upgrades Contributions PUBLIC RELATIONS DATA ANALYSIS HUBBARD STREET DANCE All subscribers Donors up to $3,500 seatback notes All subscribers Donors up to $1,000 MARKETING special offers Retention . SEATTLE REPERATORY THEATRE ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY THEATRE CALGARY ONE ACCOUNT MANAGER PHOENIX Subscription renewals increased 10% PORTLAND PATRON SERVICES OFFICE GUTHRIE THEATRE Best practices for growing loyalty ONE TEAM MARKET SHARE BRAND AWARENESS
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