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SMART Goals

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Mojeje Omuta

on 26 February 2016

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Transcript of SMART Goals

SMART GOALS
Make it
S
PECIFIC

Make it
M
EASURABLE
Make it
T
IMELY
Make it

R
EALISTIC
"A goal without a plan is just a wish."
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
How do you turn a wish

into a

SMART

goal?
A

SMART

Goal is...
S
pecific
Original wish: I want to start a community service club.

M
easurable
A
ttainable
R
ealistic
T
imely
Wish: I want to start a
community service club.
Think about these questions
Do you want to join an existing community service club or start a new club?
What service does your club plan on providing?
Do you have a specific skill you can share with others?
Will you work with children, adults, or both?
Where will you host this club?
Revised goal from wish: I will create
an art club for kids starting in September at a local elementary school.
Think about these questions
How many volunteers do you need to run your club?
How many lesson plans do you need to create for your club?
How much money do you need to raise for supplies?
Make it

A
TTAINABLE
Think about these questions
Are you going to be able to recruit enough volunteers to run your club?
How are you going to secure a time spot and place for your club?
Think about these questions
How many hours per week do you plan on spending on this club?
Do you think you have enough time to reach this goal given your current commitments?
Think about these questions
Are you going to be able to start in the beginning of the school year?
Will you be able to accomplish all of your action steps within the time frame?
SMART

Goal in Progress
Final

SMART

Goal
I will create an art club for kids at a local elementary school. I will achieve this goal by:
Recruiting

20

volunteers by the end of this school year by putting up fliers around the school.
Calling 5 elementary schools to secure a location.
Creating

40

lesson plans over the course of the next school year to implement the art curriculum.
Having 3 fundraisers over the course of the school year to raise

$1000

for art supplies.
I will create an art club for kids
starting in September

at a local elementary school. I will achieve this goal by:
Recruiting

5-8

volunteers by the end of this school year

by creating a video for the morning announcement
and putting up fliers around the school.
Calling

3

elementary schools

by the end of this school year so that we can start in September.
Creating

20

lesson plans over the course of the next school year to implement the art curriculum.
Having 3 fundraisers over the course of the school year to raise
$300

for art supplies

and by putting out art supply donation bins at the school.
NOW YOU'RE READY TO CREATE

SMART

GOALS THAT ARE SPECIFIC, MEASURABLE, ATTAINABLE, REALISTIC, AND TIMELY!


Now, head back to Box to take a look at the sample goals and to start drafting your own!



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