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Collaborative Economic Outreach - Chicago Public Schools

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The Nona Project summer program will introduce a brand new collaborative economic outreach model to the Chicago Public Schools systems STEM students. This unique approach to inner city development is set to reform how afterschool programs are structured.

Learn how to get involved with The Nona Project by emailing moses@gononadigital.com or calling +1 (866) 280-7459.

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Collaborative Economic Outreach - Chicago Public Schools

  1. 1. The Nona Project – Collaborative Economic Outreach Summer 2016 // One Summer Chicago CPS & CTE Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. 2016 One Summer Program Highlights One Summer Chicago brings together government institutions, community-based organizations and private companies to offer over 25,000 employment and internship opportunities to youth and young adults ages 14 to 24. • Who: CPS CTE Rising Seniors in High School • What: 2016 CPS CTE Internships in partnership with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's One Summer Chicago • When: Starting June 27 or July 5 for the duration of 5 to 6 weeks at 20 hrs. /week (exact dates TBD by April 1, 2016) • Pay: CPS pays/hires students directly at $8.25-$9/hour (this is current temporary/student worker wage), supervisor provides direction, oversight, and signs time sheets Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. • CAN summer programs could not only provide employment and internship opportunities for students, but actually challenge students by providing them with a leadership and entrepreneurship based curriculum? • CAN summer programs truly provide students with a valuable learning experience by offering offer them a competitive pay, professional training, leadership and future career and business opportunities? • CAN we can use summer programs as a way of bringing the community together by providing professional services to local businesses, corporations and organizations that are in need? • CAN Chicago develop a scalable summer program that can actually bring measurable change to hub zone areas long-term while uplifting students, businesses and communities at the same time? • CAN Chicago summer programs be responsible for bringing change to local communities while developing professional high-school students skills, decreasing unemployment and crime? Things to think about? 2015 One Summer Chicago Fun Facts: • 24.7K opportunities last year • Over 66K youth applied • Over 41,000 kids unable to participate Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. • Minority students participating in Work Based Learning (WBL) programs entered college at twice the rate of minority students who did not participate in WBL programs • Students enrolled in a WBL program are given an opportunity to explore the pathways to pursue various careers and industries • Through internships, job shadows and mock interviews, students develop their work ethic and gain essential technical and soft skills • When students are able to understand the connection between their curriculum and "the real world," students are more motivated to stay in school and work to meet their career goals • WBL instills the confidence, skills and ambition needed for students to succeed in their industries after high school The Facts: Chicago and United States Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. • Unemployment rates among young adults in urban cities across America continues to remain catastrophic • Violence among adults in urban communities are increasing across all major cities in America • Small companies continue to be overcome by larger corporations leaving neighborhoods with no real presence • Public schools lack the infrastructure to support career advancement for young professionals before college • Entrepreneurship and business development skills are primary classes in public schools to reinforce critical thinking, career advancement and professional work experience The Issues: Chicago and United States Confidential – All Rights Reserved http://crime.chicagotribune.com/chicago/shootings/ http://www.chicagotribune.com/ct-youth- unemployment-urban-league-0126-biz-20160124- story.html
  6. 6. • Provide a resource that focuses on the career advancement of STEM digital arts, technology and media students • Allow students to participate in a variety of career focused summer, afterschool, intern and mentorship programs that provide career advancement opportunities • Provide local businesses resources and access to digital arts, technology and media students for intern, mentorship and employment opportunities • Allow students to utilizing the resources within the organization to develop organizations and businesses from within the program • Be responsible for providing entrepreneurship, business and project management skills to students to support career development and relevant work experience The Solution: Collaborative Outreach Confidential – All Rights Reserved Engage Students Uplift Communities Drive Awareness Generate Opportunities
  7. 7. Collaborative Economic Outreach Model Collaborative Economic Outreach • Engage Students • Uplift Communities • Drive Awareness • Generate Opportunities Confidential – All Rights Reserved Engage Students Uplift Communities Drive Awareness Generate Opportunities
  8. 8. Engage Students • Provide high performing STEM students the support and curriculum that cultivates leadership, entrepreneurship with business communication skills • Provide “real-work” experiences to digital art, technology and media STEM students looking to seek career advancement with professional organizations • Allow students to develop “real-world” solutions for businesses and organizations in the community seeking professional digital art, technology and media services • Create quality standards with professional work atmospheres that promote exceptional quality and growth • Provide mentorship opportunities for companies and students looking to engage proactivity within their community Confidential – All Rights Reserved Engage Students
  9. 9. Uplift Communities • The Nona Project apprentices will develop business strategies for local community companies so communities receive the resources from digital media, technology and media programs • The Nona Project will focus on business owners that live and work in certain areas of the city so resources are used maximized in most concentrated areas of the city • The Nona Project will prioritize projects and provide initial consultation to companies looking to build their business through the program • The Nona Project allows students to get more involved with local business entrepreneurship and promote small business initiatives directly in their communities • The Nona Project provides a centralized resource for local employers seeking professional services, mentor, internship, employment in digital media, technology and media services Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. Drive Awareness • The Nona Project looks to bring awareness to the rising unemployment rates for young adults and relations to inner city violence and crime • The Nona Project promotes the development of professional skills for from digital media, technology and media programs students while encouraging young scholars to become confident in early in their professional years as in prior generations throughout history • Provide local companies with a direct resource pool of students, technology, information, tools and resources they need to grow their small businesses • Increase the impact STEM programs have on the community and young adults seeking professional work experience in Chicago • Utilize the Annual High-School student business exposition to drive awareness and allow students to become part of the local business culture and community outreach efforts Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. • The Nona Project creates diverse job opportunities for young adults specializing in technology, digital arts and media STEM pathways • The Nona Project will allow small businesses a resource pool of professional students they need to grow their local organization or small businesses • The Nona Project will become a direct source for corporate employers looking to acquire digital art, technology and media students for employment or internship • The Nona Project will help decrease the unemployment rates by focusing on building new businesses within the communities • The Nona Project will allow students to build references, internship opportunities community service hours and along with other relevant coursework early in their career to assist with college Collaborative Economic Outreach - Drive Confidential – All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. The Nona Project - Our Current Partners Confidential – All Rights Reserved Diamond Media Partner Contributor Supporter
  13. 13. The Nona Project: Diamond Partner Diamond Partner - $25,000 (Limit 1) Diamond Partnership: Provides exclusive naming rights and access to all media and partnership events. Company logo will be included on all media and marketing opportunities including broadcasting and radio events. Benefits of becoming a Diamond Sponsor: • Opportunity to provide Chicago One Summer Chicago students with an extraordinary summer academic experience • Logo on camp T-shirt and other keepsakes • Logo clearly displayed on our website with a link to company’s site • Company name associated with sponsored camp on all future printed materials • Company name associated with sponsored camp in all publicity (TV, Radio advertisements, newswires, etc.) • Exclusive event sponsorship event at CPS One Summer Chicago High School Business Expo Event with physical setup and marketing opportunities • Permission to use The Nona Project on your company’s marketing, PR, and advertising material
  14. 14. Media Partner - $10,000 (Limit 2) Gold Partnership: Provides exclusive naming rights and access to all media and partnership events. Company logo will be included on all media and marketing opportunities including broadcasting, live media opportunity and radio events. Benefits of becoming a sponsor: • Opportunity to provide deserving children with an extraordinary academic experience • Logo on camp T-shirt and other keepsakes • Logo clearly displayed on our website with a link to company’s site • Company name associated with sponsored camp on all future printed materials • Company name associated with sponsored camp in all publicity (radio advertisements, newswires, etc.) • Permission to use The Nona Project on your company’s marketing, PR, and advertising material The Nona Project: Media Partner
  15. 15. The Nona Project: The Contributor Level 1 – The Contributor // $2,000 - $7,500 (Limit 5) A gift of $2,000.00 - $7,500.00 will allow your company to sponsor the camp and go towards general camp expenses such as experiment/activity materials and supplies, transportation, and/or snacks and camp events. Recognition for your donation will be acknowledged by including your company logo on the project website. Funds will be used for (among other things) scholarships for underprivileged and under-represented students, camper materials/supplies, and/or transportation to and from the various company job sites. Benefits of becoming a sponsor: • Opportunity to provide deserving children with an extraordinary academic experience • Logo on camp T-shirt and other keepsakes • Logo clearly displayed on our website with a link to company’s site • Company name associated with sponsored camp on all future printed materials • Company name associated with sponsored camp in all publicity (radio advertisements, newswires, etc.) • Permission to use The Nona Project on your company’s marketing, PR, and advertising material
  16. 16. The Nona Project: The Supporter Level 2 – The Supporter // $250 - $1,500 A donation $250.00 - $1,500 will go towards scholarships for under-privileged and under- represented students or general camp expenses such as experiment/activity materials and supplies, transportation, and/or snacks and camp events. Recognition for your donation will be acknowledged by including your company logo on the project website. Benefits of becoming a sponsor: • Opportunity to provide deserving children with an extraordinary academic experience • Logo clearly displayed on our website with a link to company’s website • Permission to use The Nona Project on your company’s marketing, PR, and advertising material
  17. 17. The Nona Project: The Leadership Team Our Leadership The Nona Digital Inc. founders have been developing advanced solutions for top brands worldwide for over 20 years. Bridging the gap between media is our primary focus. Moses A. Virella Co-Founder // CMO David D. Pavlik Co-Founder // CEO
  18. 18. The Nona Project: Collaborative Outreach Want more information? If you would like more information on how to get involved with The Nona Project please don’t hesitate to give us a shout! Corporate Office David D. Pavlik CEO / CTO V. 407-803-4041 M. 407-758-9867 E. david@gononadigital.com For Media Inquires: +1 (407) 803-4041 Chicago Office Moses A. Virella CEO / CMO V. 407-803-4041 M. 407-451-2226 E. moses@gononadigital.com For International Support: +1 (866) 280-7459

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