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June Presentation Overview

  1. 1. “equipping the next generation … . ”www.abcoflife.net “life’s frequently asked questions” Anybody that plants a seed is thinking about future generations
  2. 2. Who WE Are “Transforming the future through people” Materials and Education Web based access “equipping the next generation” Not for profit Private Sector- Life • Social responsibility driven Commercial Applications • min cost to schools/orgs Coaching • Corporate accounts •Corporate partners – •Corporate partners – • Corporate partners – market •Grants •Seminar formats driven pricing •Individual `philanthropy •Life Coaching driven • Licensee requirements All rights reserved
  3. 3. Vulnerable Youth – A Generation At Risk The Landscape The future legacy of our nation is currently “at risk”. Here are some statistics: The high school dropout rate of the top 50 cities in our nation is at 51.2%! The average high school graduate student today, without any further training or education, will experience a 42% employment rate over the age of 25! That’s 58% unemployment experience over the course of their lives. Behavior lost time in schools today accounts for over 70% of the suspension occurrences. Ignoring school policy rules is the top contributor! In Connecticut alone, the lost time in 2005 was equivalent to 2080 students missing an entire school year!
  4. 4. Vulnerable Youth – A Generation At Risk The Landscape The Most recent statistics on U.S. standings on “behavior” (Crime-FBI national bureau statistics- source) indicate that we are a nation at risk today: #1 in assaults per year –over 2.2million ( S Africa 2nd at 500,000/yr) #4 in drug related offenses -560 per 100,000 ( only Switzerland, Netherlands, New Zealand higher) #6 in capital offenses in the world – over 12000 murders per year! #1 in overall incarcerations – over 2million in jails ( China 2nd at 1.5 million)- but they have almost 10 times the population!
  5. 5. Vulnerable Youth – Connecticut Students At Risk • In 2005, 40 children aged out of out-of-home care in Connecticut. • In 2005, 7,000 Connecticut teens ages 16–19 were high school dropouts. • In 2005, 12% of teens ages 16–19 were not enrolled in school, were notworking, and had no degree beyond high school. • In 2005, approximately 16,000 children ages 12–17 in Connecticut needed but had not received treatment for illicit drug use in the past year. • In 2005, approximately 18,000 children ages 12–17 needed but had not received treatment for alcohol use in the past year. • In 2004, 13 children younger than 20 committed suicide, a rate of 1.39 per 100,000 children.
  6. 6. Vision: Impact the next generation culture, by transforming their behavior, choices, and outcomes educationally Mission: To bring solutions through the development and implementation of education, and life skills training. Our solution model is through in school and outreach seminars, conferences, and retreats.
  7. 7. Our goal: “Develop some who can make a difference in their generation”! Become a “life partner” to next generation Help build understanding –”what you believe is how you live your life” Educate on “Choice”– choice makes a difference at the moment .. along the way… and in the end . Provide a roadmap to the future … “It takes a plan and work”! Be a service partner to education system in 21st Century life skills education Provide “instructive and interactive “ solutions models that engage the purpose within Meet the need at all social levels in the next generation  Partner with “others” in business and community to bring excellence to “school to work “ and “social ownership”
  8. 8. “school to work career guidance” ”if I only knew the rules…” Life skills roadmap Ethics Conflict Resolution Behavior Career Guidance Personal Purpose “maybe I could win” Social Leadership responsibility Communication
  9. 9. Transformation Process Curriculum The Most recent statistics on U.S. standings on “behavior” (Crime-FBI Part 1 Introspective: Core Values and Ethics; Behavior Analysis;we are aPurpose; at national bureau statistics- source) indicate that Personal nation risk today: Information: Leadership Part 2 #1 in assaults perDevelopment; Mastering Communication; EQ nd at and year –over 2.2million ( S Africa 2 vs. IQ Effects On Your Leadership (style and your environment); 500,000/yr) Inventory Skills: LIFE FAQS -Inventory Skills Assessment and School To Career Part 3 #4 in drug related offenses -560 per 100,000 ( only Guidance selection module Switzerland, Netherlands, New Zealand higher) Inspiration: Putting Your Transformation Into Practice-MAP Part 4 #6 in capitalquot;Measurable Action Plansquot; Developing offenses in the world – over 12000 murders per 1. Individual Career Plan actions and goals; Community responsibility goals 2. Mentoring and coaching with students year! 3. Corporate action goals – case study activity for college level Implementation: incarcerations – over 2million in jails ( results Part 5#1 in overall *Scorecard follow up after training - Tracking Your China 2nd (Life Planning Roadmap-and website on-line interface and guidance for FAQ’s) at 1.5 million)- but they have almost 10 times the population!
  10. 10. Our Education Solutions Include: The Most recent statistics Schoolstandings on “behavior” (Crime-FBI (1) Comprehensive on U.S. to Career Curriculum national bureau statistics- source) indicate that we are a nation at •“If Only I Knew the Rules Maybe I Could Win” risk today: #1 in assaults per year –over 2.2million ( S Africa 2nd at 500,000/yr) “school to work career guidance” #4 in drug related offenses -560 per 100,000 ( only Switzerland, Training for Emerging Generations (2) Ethics Netherlands, New Zealand higher) #6 in capital offenses in the world – over 12000 murders per year! (3) Student Leadership Development For the 21st Century #1 in overall incarcerations – over 2million in jails ( China 2nd (4) Behavior Education for Students at 1.5 million)- but they have almost 10 times the population!
  11. 11. Components of Student Success Plan Our Combined Our Combined Modules Cover: ELA/Reading Modules Cover: 21st Century Skills Professional Skills • Critical Thinking • • Interpersonal Problem Solving CT’s Comprehensive • • Work & Personal Innovation School • Creativity Ethics Counseling • • Communication Self-Direction Curriculum • • Attendance Work Ethic • • Interview Abilities Collaboration • • Attitude Written Communication • • Teamwork Information Technology • • Time Management Leadership • Organizational Leadership • Cultural Awareness Foundation: Rigorous academic courses and a related sequence of elective courses aligned to a specific career pathway in providing: •Experiential Learning: Job Shadows, Internships, Community • 21st Century and Professional Skills across- Service the-curriculum •Dual/Concurrent Credit • Evolving post-secondary plan •Senior Project Design
  12. 12. Current Partnerships and Projects… New London Ct School to Career Presentations since 2002 Old Lyme CT School to Career Presentations Spring 2008 Institute of Technology and Business Development Pilot Program in New Britain High School (State-funded FiTech after-school program)
  13. 13. Planned Projects…2008-09 New London High School •In School Suspension Program -35 week curriculum • Freshman Mentor-Mentee Program – design and develop mentor training and teacher curriculum Summer Program in New Britain High School Behavior, Ethics, and Leadership Development Plummer Home for Boys in Salem, Massachusetts. Affiliated with Plummer School of Ethics and Morality @ Harvard University Beta site for Community Outreach Program
  14. 14. Changing Outcomes Communities Currently Assessing Needs…2008-09 The Most recent statistics on U.S. standings on “behavior” (Crime-FBI Montville High School-Ct national bureau statistics- source) indicate that we are a nation at •In today: risk School Suspension Program -35 week curriculum •Career Guidance/Map Program #1 in assaults per year –over 2.2million ( S Africa 2nd at 500,000/yr) TOLLAND High School -Ct #4 in drug related offenses -560 per 100,000 ( only Switzerland, Netherlands, New Zealand higher) Abington Main capital offenses in the world – over 12000 murders per #6 Junior High School- 35 week Career Guidance curriculum year! Boston City High School-Ma #1 in overall incarcerations – over 2million in jails ( China 2nd at 1.5 million)- but they County-Ct –Career Guidance/Map Kiwanis Key Clubs New London have almost 10 times the population! Program
  15. 15. Social responsibility and Change – YOU can make a difference! Generational Solutions and their education division ABC’s of Life are committed to making a difference ‘community by community”. It requires partners who are like minded and like spirited! Our mission is to come along side community leaders who want their legacy to impact their community for the better. If you want to be a “difference –maker”, we want to work with you! Become a Community Action Leader: Generational Solutions wants to work with community leaders who “see the need and are willing to fill the need”. Community Champions, who recognize that change requires action, and that leadership makes it happen. Not cheer leaders, but “share” leaders. Stakeholders in our next generation. Men and women who have a passion to share a new vision and legs of support. You can work within your community to support change in a “generation at risk”, by contacting us. For more information… click here COMMUNITY ACTION, and we will tell you how you can champion change in your community.
  16. 16. Become a Community Action Partner: an– S.O.S.-Supporter (Sponsor Our Students): There are many ways to show your support for the next generation and their social skills development. Generational Solutions is offering each community, through our S.O.S. -Community Action Partnership, an opportunity to make a difference, one student at a time. And, to see the 21st Century life skills education, impact your community’s future, socially and economically, for the better. If you want to make a difference, whether it’s your child, or someone you know in your community, help us help them become champions for the next generation. To participate or find out more… click the Sponsor Our Students- S.O.S.-Community Action Partnership, Together everyone accomplishes more… it’s true!
  17. 17. We are partnering together NOW with Schools, Communities, Business and Emerging Generations to Bridge the Gap and meet the need in a way that builds and transforms our communities. “life’s frequently asked questions” Products, Presentations, Seminars, Assemblies, In-School After- School and Retreat Camp Programs to Meet the Needs of Today's Emerging Students and School Districts
  18. 18. ‘changing culture –transforming the future’ www.abcoflife.net Anybody that plants an oak tree is thinking about future generations

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