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    1. 1. PEOPLE TO PEOPLE AMBASSADOR PROGRAMS<br />
    2. 2. Orientation Meeting Two<br />Developing Ambassadorial Spirit<br />Susanne Taylor Terry Harshaw <br />
    3. 3. Meeting Topics<br />Demonstrate knowledge of the history of People to People, Ambassadorial behaviors, and OnBoard navigation during an OM1 review.<br />Articulate understanding of proper Ambassadorial dress.<br />Outline a plan for a group service project<br />Demonstrate destination-specific knowledge about geography, history, food and customs. Group Project<br />Understand expectations for earning high school credit for credit-bearing delegations.<br />
    4. 4. Agenda<br />Welcome and Introductions<br />Guest speaker<br />History of People to People Jeopardy<br />Citizenship Building <br />Review national and local government officials<br />Decide Community service project<br />Packing and clothing expectations<br />Ambassadorial Behavior form review<br />Teambuilding – Destination Group Work<br />Travel Journaling<br />High School Credit Expectations<br />Wrap-up<br />
    5. 5. GUEST SPEAKER<br />
    6. 6. HISTORY OF PEOPLE TO PEOPLE JEOPARDY3 groups –Freshman/SophomoresJuniorsSeniors<br />
    7. 7. Civics Review<br />The president of the United States is <br />The vice president is<br />The secretary of state is <br />Two national issues important to<br /> me or important in my state are <br />My governor is <br />Something unique about my state is<br />The mayor of my home town is <br />The thing I value most about being <br /> an American is<br />
    8. 8. Community Service Project<br />Tree planting on the banks of a river to help prevent erosion. <br />
    9. 9. President Obama and Hu<br />
    10. 10. Travel Preparation<br />
    11. 11. Clothing Expectations<br />Clothing Expectations handout<br />Dress like an Ambassador<br />Rain gear and 2 pair of shoes<br />Average temp between 75 – 90 and rainy<br />
    12. 12. BE PREPARED<br />
    13. 13.
    14. 14. Review Behavior Expectations <br />Collect Forms<br />
    15. 15. HOW TO PACK<br />Suitcase dimensions may not exceed 54 in. total = L x W x H<br />Suitcase maximum weight = <br />44 lbs. packed<br />Use extra large Ziplocs for like apparel. <br />Leave room for souvenirs.<br />
    16. 16. Backpack Carry On<br />Backpack dimensions = 39in. L x W x H<br />Backpack max weight = 11 lbs.<br />Pack one complete set of clothing.<br />Camera, journal, medications <br />Copy of passport at all times <br />Address book<br />Toiletries<br />Put all liquids in a ziplock plastic bag<br />
    17. 17. www.tsa.gov<br />Log onto this website before you pack to verify what items you can or cannot pack in your carry on backpack.<br />3-1-1 for backpack = 3 ounce bottle or less (by volume) ; 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3 oz. container size is a security measure.<br />Consolidate bottles into one bag and X-ray separately to speed screening.<br />
    18. 18. Practice doing your own laundry.<br />
    19. 19. Beijing<br />Shayla Murray<br />Raven Graves<br />Jordan Evans<br />Brittany Bock<br />Chris Villonueva<br />Antonio Cisneris<br />Xi’an <br />Abbie Butler<br />Madisyn Petit<br />Andres Smith<br />JaciHansley<br />Tanner Ellis<br />Shanghai<br />Seth Whitt<br />Elise Salim<br />Knovia Bell <br />Falyn Page<br />Marqus Taylor<br />Ashley Ortamond<br />Wuzhen<br />Savannah Shields<br />KieraBashay<br />Steven Cadriel<br />Cameron Brady<br />Giovani St. Cyr<br />David Elliot<br />Hong Kong<br />Katelyn Moore<br />Travis Berkstresser<br />Emery Utterback<br />Josh Willis<br />James Harvey<br />Jesse Akatsa<br />Group Project Assignments<br />Work together on group projects. <br />
    20. 20. Introduction to Travel JournalAn Academic Journal Goal – to create a vivid memorable journal of you journey. <br />Requirements<br />One entry per day of writing, drawing or program specific postcards, ticket stubs, etc.<br />Include daily activity and your reflection of what you have learned.<br />First pretravel entry<br />What does it mean to be “Ambassadorial”?<br />Not a personal journal. Not a place for sharing relationship or confidential information. We WILL read them. <br />Bring a personal journal that represents your own personality.<br />
    21. 21. The Art of Traveling<br />Travel Lightly<br />Travel Expectantly<br />Travel Humbly<br />Travel Courteously<br />Travel Gratefully<br />Travel with an Open Mind<br />Travel Fearlessly<br />Travel Patiently<br />Travel with a World-Citizen Mentality<br />
    22. 22. High School Credit<br />Washington World Studies<br />Automatically enrolled<br />Acceptance is up to individual districts<br />Transcript sent for college application<br />Must complete all pre-travel requirements and program specific obligations<br />May earn university credit through<br />Eastern Washington University. <br />Contact them directly.<br />
    23. 23. HOMEWORK<br />March 1 is the deadline for submitting passport copies. If you have not submitted copies yet please mail them to <br />Susanne Taylor, 5014 Riverside Oaks Dr. , Humble , TX 77345-1281 ASAP. <br />Measure your suitcase and make sure it fits the guideline.  <br />Suitcase dimensions may not exceed 54 in. total = L x W x H<br />Suitcase maximum weight = 44 lbs. packed<br />Train by walking 3 – 5 miles at a time. Break in walking shoes. <br />Complete 4 more online training quizzes for a total of 6 of 8. Must pass with a 100%. <br />Work with your group on the China project. <br />
    24. 24. Next Orientation Meeting<br />Saturday, April 2 - 3:00- 5:00 PM<br />ARMANI Chinese Buffet Restaurant <br /> $10.00 for Buffet-includes drink<br /> Complete VISA application <br /> Turn in Original Passport and PP photos<br />
    25. 25. Last Orientation Meeting<br />Saturday, May 7 - 2:00 – 5:00 PM<br />Pearland Library <br />3523 Liberty Dr. Pearland<br />Pinning Ceremony <br />Parents please attend <br />Ambassadors be prepared to present group project.<br />
    26. 26. Homework<br />March 1 is the deadline for submitting passport copies. If you have not submitted copies yet please mail them to <br /> <br />S. Taylor, 5014 Riverside Oaks Dr. , Humble , TX 77345-1281 ASAP. <br /> Measure your suitcase and make sure it fits the guideline.  <br />Suitcase dimensions may not exceed 54 in. total = L x W x H<br />Suitcase maximum weight = 44 lbs. packed<br />Train by walking 3 – 5 miles at a time. Break in walking shoes. <br />Complete 4 more online training quizzes for a total of 6 of 8. Must be passed with a 100%. <br />Work with your group on the China project. <br /> <br />Orientation #3 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 3:00- 5:00 PM<br />ARMANI Chinese Buffet Restaurant, 2540 E BROADWAY SUITE E PEARLAND, 77581. We will collect $10.00 from each person eating the buffet. Price will include the drink. We will fill out a VISA application. We will collect original passports at this meeting to complete the VISA process.<br />Bring all required paperwork to this meeting.<br />MUST turn in original passport at April’s meeting. <br />Turn in 3 passport photos. 1 is REQUIRED for VISA. <br />Orientation meeting #4 Saturday, May 7 2:00 – 5:00 PM<br />Pearland Library , 3523 Liberty Dr. Pearland<br />Parents, please attend as we will hold a pinning ceremony between you and your ambassador at the end of the meeting. Ambassadors will be presenting their group projects. Chinese guest speaker will attend. <br />Terry Harshaw – 832-620-4602 Susanne Taylor – 713-204-4983<br />

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