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Highlights and teaches high school students how to use resources and skills such as setting 
                                                up automated savings with a banker and using mint.com. Included games, a student panel to 
         Effectively empowers its target        address questions about the benefits of college, and other interactive activities. 
                     audience 
                                                 


                                                The program is available to students at select schools and should be either economically or 
              Target people in need.            educationally disadvantaged to be eligible. 
                                                 

           Apply Business and economic          Found an opportunity to do a project that had never been done before: UCD SIFE is the only 
          concepts and an entrepreneurial       undergraduate group to ever participate in this program, and this is the first time the Early 
                    approach.                   Academic Outreach Program has done an event related to business. 
                                                About 90% of program participants felt that they learned a lot and had fun. 
          Improved the quality of life and 
          standard of living for its project     
                  beneficiaries. 




                                      Community Development Project 
                                                The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says that volunteerism is down from last year. The 
    Consider the relevant economic, social,     Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program benefits families and individuals that earn less 
          and environmental factors             than $49,000 per year. This is just shy of Yolo County’s $51,623 median income.  
 


                                                Certified nine UCD SIFE members as volunteer tax preparers, helping them help others and 
                                                developing their personal qualifications. 
         Effectively empowers its target 
                     audience 
Publicized and located in the places where it’s needed most: on the university campus and 
                                             the UC Davis Chicano Studies Extension in Woodland. 
    Target people in need.                    



                                             The nature of the program makes it sustainable, and it yields a high return on input. 
       Apply Business and economic 
      concepts and an entrepreneurial 
                approach. 


                                             We have done over $7,000 of refunds on 14 returns so far, and are on track to beat last year’s 
                                             amount of $43,900. 
       Improved the quality of life and 
       standard of living for its project     
               beneficiaries. 




                                        Campus‐Wide Business Network 
                                                 Studies have shown that the majority of college students are not financially literate and lack 
Consider the relevant economic, social,          many other critical life skills. This program helps students develop skills related to 
      and environmental factors                  professional development, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. 

                                                  


                                                 Program emphasis is on practical steps that can be taken toward the event’s goal. Designed 
                                                 to encourage interaction between students and professionals. 
       Effectively empowers its target 
                   audience                       
Events target college students and emphasize areas that many undergrads are weak in, such 
                                            as job interviews, investing, budgeting, wealth management, and career exploration. 
                      Target people in 
                           need.             



                                            Made connections between the campus and business community that enabled UCD SIFE to 
     Apply Business and economic            conduct one of the largest student‐professional interaction events at UC Davis. 
    concepts and an entrepreneurial          
              approach. 

                                            208 workshop attendees, and an anticipated 350+ Career Speed Dating attendees. 
     Improved the quality of life and 
     standard of living for its project      
             beneficiaries. 


                                                  2010‐2011 Project Summary 
SIFE Members                           SIFE Members        BAB Members          Direct Impact        Target Audience 
A Future in Business Saturday          8                   2                    14                   Underprivileged High 
           Program                                                                                   School

      Economics for Success            5                   1                    34                   Underprivileged High 
           Program                                                                                   School

    Investing Theory Workshop          2                   2                    100                  Underprivileged Middle 
                                                                                                     School

      Volunteer Income Tax             9                   3                    14                   Low Income Families / 
        Assistance (VITA)                                                                            College Students
    Career Speed Dating Event          1                   7                    350                  College Students
 
     Speak Series Workshop             7                   4                    208                  College Students

 
 
            SIFE at University of California, Davis
            ** Please look on the back of the report for a snapshot of 
                            our projects this year. **                                                        Income Statement (2010‐2011) 

                                                                                                                    Revenue YTD ($) 

    Our mission has stayed the same since our teamsʼ inception: develop an                              Partnership/ Sponsorship         1465 
    organizational model that allows for interested students to create, lead, and                       Membership Fees                  120 
    implement their own project ideas with our help. This year we have focused
                                                                                                        Total:                           1585 
    our efforts on three areas:
                                                                                                        Project Expenses YTD ($) 

    1) Teaching financial literacy to youth,                                                            Projects                         1465 

    2) Contributing to the development of our community,                                                Transportation                   90 
    3) Creating a strong business network on campus through events and
                                                                                                        Total:                           1555 
    activities.
                                                                                                        Net Income:                      30 




                                      Youth Financial Literacy Initiative
                                                   Our partner organization shows uncanny success in sending their students to college. 72% of 
      Consider the relevant economic, social,      EAOP participants go to college out of high school. They have partnered with UCD SIFE to 
      and environmental factors                    further the program’s excellence. 

       

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UCD SIFE 2011 Annual Report

  • 1. Highlights and teaches high school students how to use resources and skills such as setting  up automated savings with a banker and using mint.com. Included games, a student panel to  Effectively empowers its target  address questions about the benefits of college, and other interactive activities.  audience    The program is available to students at select schools and should be either economically or  Target people in need.  educationally disadvantaged to be eligible.    Apply Business and economic  Found an opportunity to do a project that had never been done before: UCD SIFE is the only  concepts and an entrepreneurial  undergraduate group to ever participate in this program, and this is the first time the Early  approach.  Academic Outreach Program has done an event related to business.  About 90% of program participants felt that they learned a lot and had fun.  Improved the quality of life and  standard of living for its project    beneficiaries.  Community Development Project  The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says that volunteerism is down from last year. The  Consider the relevant economic, social,  Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program benefits families and individuals that earn less  and environmental factors  than $49,000 per year. This is just shy of Yolo County’s $51,623 median income.     Certified nine UCD SIFE members as volunteer tax preparers, helping them help others and  developing their personal qualifications.  Effectively empowers its target  audience 
  • 2. Publicized and located in the places where it’s needed most: on the university campus and  the UC Davis Chicano Studies Extension in Woodland.  Target people in need.    The nature of the program makes it sustainable, and it yields a high return on input.  Apply Business and economic  concepts and an entrepreneurial  approach.  We have done over $7,000 of refunds on 14 returns so far, and are on track to beat last year’s  amount of $43,900.  Improved the quality of life and  standard of living for its project    beneficiaries.  Campus‐Wide Business Network    Studies have shown that the majority of college students are not financially literate and lack  Consider the relevant economic, social,  many other critical life skills. This program helps students develop skills related to  and environmental factors  professional development, personal finance, and entrepreneurship.      Program emphasis is on practical steps that can be taken toward the event’s goal. Designed  to encourage interaction between students and professionals.  Effectively empowers its target  audience   
  • 3. Events target college students and emphasize areas that many undergrads are weak in, such  as job interviews, investing, budgeting, wealth management, and career exploration.  Target people in  need.    Made connections between the campus and business community that enabled UCD SIFE to  Apply Business and economic  conduct one of the largest student‐professional interaction events at UC Davis.  concepts and an entrepreneurial    approach.  208 workshop attendees, and an anticipated 350+ Career Speed Dating attendees.  Improved the quality of life and  standard of living for its project    beneficiaries.  2010‐2011 Project Summary  SIFE Members  SIFE Members  BAB Members  Direct Impact  Target Audience  A Future in Business Saturday  8 2 14 Underprivileged High  Program  School Economics for Success  5 1 34 Underprivileged High  Program  School Investing Theory Workshop  2 2 100 Underprivileged Middle  School Volunteer Income Tax  9 3 14 Low Income Families /  Assistance (VITA)  College Students Career Speed Dating Event  1 7 350 College Students   Speak Series Workshop  7 4 208 College Students  
  • 4.   SIFE at University of California, Davis ** Please look on the back of the report for a snapshot of  our projects this year. **  Income Statement (2010‐2011)  Revenue YTD ($)  Our mission has stayed the same since our teamsʼ inception: develop an Partnership/ Sponsorship   1465  organizational model that allows for interested students to create, lead, and Membership Fees  120  implement their own project ideas with our help. This year we have focused Total:  1585  our efforts on three areas: Project Expenses YTD ($)  1) Teaching financial literacy to youth, Projects  1465  2) Contributing to the development of our community, Transportation   90  3) Creating a strong business network on campus through events and Total:  1555  activities. Net Income:  30  Youth Financial Literacy Initiative   Our partner organization shows uncanny success in sending their students to college. 72% of  Consider the relevant economic, social,  EAOP participants go to college out of high school. They have partnered with UCD SIFE to  and environmental factors  further the program’s excellence.