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  • 1. Senior Legacy Experience
  • 2. Professional Real Career
  • 3. A project happens ONCE
  • 4. A project happens ONCEA legacy goes on forever
  • 5. No PBEs for SeniorsProject will be presented during CSTs You can finish as soon as you like
  • 6. Leadership ResourcesMr Cicoletti Mr Kelly Mr Large Additional Support Mr Corippo Mrs Vandenbergh Also Any other teacher Your parents
  • 7. Grading, Progress Seniors will be “graded” on specified days in the following classes: FFA English Gov/Econ Media IT Music Art
  • 8. Professional Please connect with as many REAL organizations as possible: SkiJamin, Inc Power of One Rotary Children’s Hospital Military Tom’s Shoes Smile Train And so on.
  • 9. Types Event or Activity(fundraiser)proposal due by Sept 15 Teams of 2 (max)
  • 10. Types Event or Activity(fundraiser)proposal due by Sept 15 Teams of 2 (max)
  • 11. Types Event or Activity(fundraiser)proposal due by Sept 15by Aug 26 Teams of 2 (max)
  • 12. Community ServiceSomething that benefitsMadera County, ideally, but can serve a larger audience, potentially worldwide
  • 13. Event
  • 14. EventBlood Drive
  • 15. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital
  • 16. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes
  • 17. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train
  • 18. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service
  • 19. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits
  • 20. Event Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 21. Event Activity Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 22. Event Activity Minarets Blood DriveChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 23. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 24. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 25. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 26. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train FFA Tech Service NonProfits Existing Events
  • 27. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train FFA Tech Service Stang Fest NonProfits Existing Events
  • 28. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train FFA Tech Service Stang Fest NonProfits Prom Existing Events
  • 29. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train FFA Tech Service Stang Fest NonProfits Prom Existing Events The Story of Minarets
  • 30. Event Activity Minarets Blood Drive Camp Out/CauseChildren’s Hospital DMS Dances Tom’s Shoes MMA Smile Train FFA Tech Service Stang Fest NonProfits Prom Existing Events The Story of Minarets Sports Broadcast
  • 31. Math Component - Econ Grade 100 Spreadsheets and 75 graphs documenting cash flow, hours 50 worked by the team, 2007 2008 25 items donated and 2009 2010 0 distributed
  • 32. Language Component 1. A daily journal on a wiki page, blog, or website. This will document the trials and tribulations of the project. Includes a one page review of the project. 2. A clearly defined set of goals that would define activity that will bring benefit to a local or worldwide nonprofit. 3. The “cookbook” for next year’s group
  • 33. Arts Component Develop marketing materials (i.e. logos, webpages, posters, marketing videos, Minarets Digital Signage, items for the weekly show, YouTube channels etc.). Can be paper/pen art, presented digitally.
  • 34. Career Component A successful project will use the student’s career or interest area to great advantage - i.e. a film, use of IT, something that ties to agriculture, etc.
  • 35. Presentation Component A formal preso, based on a Keynote that discusses the project in a very complete manner, including the goals, and ancillary materials (web, graphics, math, documentary, etc).
  • 36. Final Preso
  • 37. Final Preso A successful project will:
  • 38. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen)
  • 39. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) Be a success, based on the goals set out
  • 40. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) Be a success, based on the goals set out Be marketed and promoted timely
  • 41. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) Be a success, based on the goals set out Be marketed and promoted timely Be documented all the way along
  • 42. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) Be a success, based on the goals set out Be marketed and promoted timely Be documented all the way along Have a complete and thourough presentation
  • 43. Final Preso A successful project will: Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) Be a success, based on the goals set out Be marketed and promoted timely Be documented all the way along Have a complete and thourough presentation Leave a written record for next year’s group
  • 44. Deployment: You will begin planning this afternoon You will present a “pitch” to a panel and fellow students on THURSDAY ASK FOR HELP - AVOID THE SUCK
  • 45. Senior Legacy Experience Overview Math Component Spreadsheets and graphs documenting cash flow, hours worked by the team, items donated and distributed Community Language Component Final Preso Service 1. A daily journal on a wiki page, blog, or Types website. This will document the trials and tribulations of the project. Includes a one A successful project will: Something that benefits Event Madera County, ideally, but can serve a larger page review of the project. 2. A clearly defined set of goals that would Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) or audience, potentially worldwide define activity that will bring benefit to a local or worldwide nonprofit. Be a success, based on the goals set out Activity Examples: Arts Component Be marketed and promoted timely Blood Bank (fundraiser) Children’s Hospital Be documented all the way along Develop marketing materials (i.e. logos, Tom’s Shoes webpages, posters, marketing videos, Minarets Have a complete and thourough presentationproposal due Smile Train Minarets Digital Signage, items for the weekly show,YouTube channels etc.). Camp Out/Cause Leave a written record for next year’s group by Sept 15 Dances Can be paper/pen art, presented digitally. MMAby Aug 26 FFA Career Component Stang Fest A successful project will use the student’s career or interest area to great advantage - i.e. a film, use of IT, something that ties toTeams of 2 (max) agriculture, etc. Presentation Component A formal preso, based on a Keynote that discusses the project in a very complete manner, including the goals, and ancillary materials (web, graphics, math, documentary, etc). No PBE for Seniors - Projects presented during CSTs
  • 46. Senior Legacy Experience Overview Math Component Spreadsheets and graphs documenting cash flow, hours worked by the team, items donated and distributed Community Language Component Final Preso Service 1. A daily journal on a wiki page, blog, or Types website. This will document the trials and tribulations of the project. Includes a one A successful project will: Something that benefits Event Madera County, ideally, but can serve a larger page review of the project. 2. A clearly defined set of goals that would Bring a project to fruition (it must happen) or audience, potentially worldwide define activity that will bring benefit to a local or worldwide nonprofit. Be a success, based on the goals set out Activity Examples: Arts Component Be marketed and promoted timely Blood Bank (fundraiser) Children’s Hospital Be documented all the way along Develop marketing materials (i.e. logos, Tom’s Shoes webpages, posters, marketing videos, Minarets Have a complete and thourough presentationproposal due Smile Train Minarets Digital Signage, items for the weekly show,YouTube channels etc.). Camp Out/Cause Leave a written record for next year’s group by Sept 15 Dances Can be paper/pen art, presented digitally. MMAby Aug 26 FFA Career Component Stang Fest A successful project will use the student’s career or interest area to great advantage - i.e. a film, use of IT, something that ties toTeams of 2 (max) agriculture, etc. Presentation Component A formal preso, based on a Keynote that discusses the project in a very complete manner, including the goals, and ancillary materials (web, graphics, math, documentary, etc). No PBE for Seniors - Projects presented during CSTs