In business ethics, we spend substantial time examining
the “bads” of the corporate world, for example actions by
Enron, Arthur Anderson, and Tyco executives.
As a contrast, students were charged with creating
Students learned 1) what they, as individuals, without
financial resources, can do and 2) what might be
possible as they become members of, and leaders for,
powerful organizations, with resources!
The following slides are excerpts from their
3. What do you get when you add…
17 WVCO Students
+ $0 Budget
+ 1 Assignment: Create Social Good
4. Amazing Results!
Setting the foundation for sports on campus
Taking steps toward a healthier Washington
Feeding the hungry in Brewster
Saving lives with the Red Cross
Helping at the Okanogan Animal Shelter
Sharing the dangers of drugs with Nespelem
10. Making the healthy choice the easy
“The Steps to a Healthier Washington program helps communities create
policies that make the healthy choice the easy choice.”
According to the Health District, “physical inactivity, over weight and
obesity are associated with increased risk of diabetes, high blood
pressure, heart disease, asthma, and arthritis.”
Students worked with the Okanogan Health District to conduct walkability
Survey results will help cities identify priority areas for making our streets
more “walkable” and get people moving!
Some of the challenges they found follow…
29. Project Overview
Meth presentation to 6-8 grades at
presentation made by Gene Fenton
Essay contest (and great prizes!)
What would your community be like without drugs?
1st place: PS2, 2nd place: IPod
Survey to measure success
Informational booklets on other drugs
It is very important to speak and guide our young
people in a positive way.
Children do not know the facts of drugs. They only
know what they see and what they hear from
friends and family.
We are responsible for educating the youth around
All understood the facts of Meth
All were impacted
All had a great experience with the presentation
Targeting a small community isn’t exactly
impacting the entire world, but it is taking a
small chunk out of it.
Making a positive impact on children is always