Student Service 2014

Project Overview

 

Welcome to the Student Service 2014 Project Update.

 

This being Mission Empowerment Foundation's fourth year of supporting  the Student Service program, it is good to reevaluate its progress and the agenda behind our support.  The Student Service program provides a training camp for young people in our local context.  They equip them in leadership qualities and understanding in how to lead educational seminars across the Omaha metro area. These week-long educational seminars are designed to encourage a number of character qualities that tie directly into an increase in educational standing and sociological development.

 

A study released on the Federal Health and Human Services department website summarizes a number of goal in our effort.  They write about development in adolescents in terms of their prosocial behaviors, self-control, behavior regulation, social confidence and empathy.  The Student Service program excels In each one of these target areas identified by HHS.  Through leadership exercises, study, training, and practice, they are better equipped and prepared to lead the next generation.

 

The The cost of the student service leadership camp and the ongoing educational week long seminar is estimated to be 10K.

Project Agenda

Project Updates

Project Results

Project Agenda:

Training Camp: May 25 - May 31, 2014

Graduation Ceremony: June 1, 6:00 pm

Educational Seminar Work: June 2, 2014 - August 15, 2014

Official Student Service 2014 Wrap Up Meeting: August 16, 2014

Project Updates:

 

The training camp was highly successful. This year held 70+ students, over a 15% increase in participation from last year.  Again, all students who attended the training camp passed the evaluation requirements.

 

Another record high is the number of educational seminars held through summer 2014.  Over 100 seminars were held across the great Omaha area, including a number of locations in Columbus NE and other rural locations, extending even across multiple states as a number were located in Iowa and Minnesota.  Again, over 1000 young people attended these unit offerings.  As is the custom, according to all reports, the students who attended the camp demonstrated excellence in leadership and quality in service.

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