2010 institute advisory board member continuum of involvement

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  • 1. A Continuum Approach to Advisory Board (AB) Member Involvement Sunday, July 11, 2010 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. Charlie Katz Director, Partnership Development
  • 2. Why Are We Here?? AB Member Involvement
  • 3. Why… do we want it? AB Member Involvement
  • 4. Wants :
  • 5. Job shadows Wants : mentors Classroom speakers Student conference presenters internships externships
  • 6. Why… do we need it? AB Member Involvement
  • 7. Needs :
  • 8. Needs : Advocacy Program sustainability Community support Principal and district buy-in Professional development 3 “Rs”
  • 9. AB Member Involvement What’s In It For Them ?? ( WIIFMs )
  • 10. WIIFMs : Reduced hiring and training costs Improved Productivity Local Community Public Relations Higher ‘ee morale Increased Exposure in Local Market Skilled, Diverse, Workforce
  • 11. WIIFMs : $$ INCREASE $$ BOTTOM LINE
  • 12. How… do we get it? AB member involvement
  • 13. How…
  • 14. How…
  • 15. How…?? Give them a chance to personally “ save lives ” Steve Adamowski
  • 16. DISCUSSION DRAFT v 3.0 Advisory Board (AB) Continuum of Involvement (ABCI) (Part of a Comprehensive AB Growth and Engagement strategy) The ABCI contains a series of pre-scheduled activities and events with suggested timeframes based on grade levels of Academy students, in which AB members can participate. Laying out this ABCI well in advance of the actual date of the activities allows AB members to plan in advance, book the activity(ies) on their calendars, and coordinate their involvement with the Academy Director. The ABCI includes other activities at certain times of the school year to support the students’ current position in the Academy and needs. It also dovetails with activities and AB involvement included in the Internship and Curriculum Getting Started Guides. The Advisory Board Continuum of Involvement should be introduced and used during an Academy’s annual Strategic Planning meeting, typically held in the August or early September timeframe. See the Advisory Board News article entitled Strategic Planning on the Collaboration Network for more information about running a Strategic Planning meeting. Of course, not every activity needs to be implemented at the same time. This ABCI can be phased in over several years, allowing AB members to get comfortable with the various activities. But for new Academies (YOP included) as well as existing Academies with a long history of AB involvement, this ABCI should prove to be a good resource to help encourage and schedule more AB involvement and deeper engagement. This in turn may lead to increased sustainability of AB members and their companies. If you have any questions about this ABCI , or about AB involvement in general, please contact Charlie Katz, Director of Advisory Board Development at [email_address] or at 646-761-0786. Timing of Activities 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade Sept-Jan 1- Student recruitment presentation at feeder Middle School(s) (E) 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring freshmen w/AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring sophomores w/AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring juniors w/AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (B) 2- Mentoring seniors (H)
  • 17. Feb-August 1- Second student recruitment presentation at feeder Middle School(s) (E) 2- “Pre-Academy” student mentoring w/Academy Senior (F) during school year or during summer before 9 th grade 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring freshmen w/AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring sophomores w/AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (A) 2- Mentoring juniors w/ AS (G) 1- Classroom speaking (B) 2- Mentoring seniors (H) People AD, GC, AS, P AD, AT, AS AD, AT, AS AD, AT, AS AD, AT, AS Special Events 1- Parent information / orientation presentation for prospective Academy students’ parents 1- Job shadowing opportunity 2- Field ”fam” trips outside of the classroom to a business setting (twice during school year) (I) 1- National Groundhog Day - Annually on or about February 2 nd – Job-shadowing opportunity. Another job-shadowing opportunity could also be planned for the end of the sophomore year 2 - Field “fam” trips outside of classroom to a business setting (I) 1- National Internship Preparation Conference – April/May (C) 2- Post-internship Recognition Event – August/September 3- Field “fam” trips outside of classroom to a business setting (I) 1- National College Preparation Conference – September/October – (D) 2- Graduation Event – May/June 3- Field “fam” trips outside of classroom to a business setting (I) People ABC, ABM, AS, GC, AD AD, ABC, ABM AD, ABC, ABM AD, ABC, ABM AD, ABC, ABM, GC, P Others involved America’s Promise Chamber of Commerce Business Service Organizations (Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.) Junior Achievement Chamber of Commerce Business Service Organizations (Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.) College prep company College finance representatives Speakers Chamber of Commerce Business Service Organizations (Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.) Timing of Activities 8 th Grade 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade
  • 18. Other Resources
    • Collaboration Network ( www.nafconnect.org )
    • Advisory Board / Internships tab
    • View Support Materials
    • Multimedia Presentations
    • Advisory Board News
    • Getting Started Guides
    • Groups
  • 19. Other Resources
    • What Makes Great
    • Boards Great
      • Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld
      • Harvard Business Review
      • September 2002
  • 20. Other Resources
    • Field Guide to Developing,
    • Operating and Restoring
    • your Nonprofit Board
      • Carter McNamara
  • 21. Other Resources
    • Seven Habits of
    • Highly Effective People
      • Stephen R. Covey
  • 22. Other Resources
    • Recruiting and Keeping GOOD Board Members
      • BridgeSTAR
      • Part of Bridgespan
  • 23. NEXT STEPS… 1-Use the ABCI document 2-Send additional comments/edits to [email_address] 3-I’ll Edit, Post and Disseminate Changes
  • 24. NONE of Us is as good as ALL of Us… Remember:
  • 25. Thank you any questions?