replicable project

The Reading Road-Trip Manual: Molly Orr (07-08)

Member Name: Molly Orr

Service Site: Open Door Ministries

Site Location: Denver, CO

Project Description: Molly Orr created an after-school curriculum called the Reading Road-Trip Manual for her students at Denver's Open Door Ministries.

Creating Courses for City Vision University (Rachael Jarboe 07-08)

Member Name: Rachael Jarboe

Service Site: TechMission, Inc.

Site Location: Boston, MA

Project Description: For her replicable project, Rachael Jarboe documented all the necessary, crucial steps on creating online courses for TechMission's online college--City Vision University. Her powerpoint presentation and word document work hand in hand to maintain the functionality and usability of City Vision University for its students. 

Documentation includes information on:

Student Database (James Austin 07-08)

Member Name: James Austin

Service Site: Roxbury Presbyterian Church Social Impact Center

Site Location: Boston, MA

Project Description: For James Austin's year-long TechMission Corps replicable project, he created and organized a student database for his site at Roxbury Presbyterian's Social Impact Center. 

His database includes sample templates and paperwork of:

Harambee Intern Guide Book: Things an Intern working at Harambee Needs (Anne Lee 07-08)

Member Name: Anne Lee

Service Site: Harambee Ministries

Site Location: Pasadena, CA

Project Description: Anne Lee's project includes both a powerpoint presentation and handbook with advice for Harambee interns. Her documentation includes tips, sample lesson plans, field trip ideas, and other helpful documents and templates for future and current interns.

Computer Curricula (Jonathan Moy 07-08)

Member Name: Jonathan Moy

Service Site: Pui Tak Center

Site Location: Chicago, IL

Project Description: Jonathan Moy's year-long replicable project focuses on introductory computer curricula for elementary students. Jonathan created and implemented three separate curricula, targeting different grade levels (grades 1-2, grades 3-4, grades 5-6)

Each curriculum is formed around a weekly 45-minute class and can be applied to Windows PC's. Topics include:

How to Create an Operational Manual: For a computer lab in an urban setting (Alicia Ingram 07-08)

Member Name: Alicia Ingram

Service Site: Crossroads of the Rockies

Site Location: Denver, CO

Project Description: Alicia Ingram's year-long replicable project focuses on the creation and implementation of an operational manual for a computer lab in an urban setting. In her PowerPoint presentation, Alicia outlines what needs to be evaluated and determined for an effective operational manual. 

Alicia includes helpful questions such as:

Blogging (Shasta Cole 07-08)

Member Name: Shasta Cole

Service Site: Breakthrough Urban Ministries

Site Location: Chicago, IL

Project Description: 

For her replicable project, Shasta Cole created a blogging program where her students could improve their writing and grammar skills while using blogging as an avenue of reflection, creativity, and self-expression.

Starting your Afterschool Program (Dean Blackette 07-08)

Member Name: Dean Blackette

Service Site: Metropolitan Baptist Church

Site Location: Boston, MA

Project Description: Dean Blackette's year-long replicable project includes both a PowerPoint presentation and guidebook on starting an after-school program. After working at his site's after-school program, Dean compiled tips and resources to help other programs. 

In his book and presentation, Dean covers:

After-school Activities Idea Book (Laura Coonrod 07-08)

Member Name: Laura Coonrod

Service Site: Circle Urban Ministries

Site Location: Chicago, IL

Project Description: Laura Coonrod's year-long project focuses on a book of fun and inexpensive resource activity ideas for after-school programs. Laura outlines needed supplies and preparatory advice for each activity with photographed samples. 

Activities include:

The Benefits of Establishing Volunteer Policy (Chris Like 07-08)

Member Name: Chris Like

Service Site: CCDA (Christian Community Development Association)

Site Location: Chicago, IL

Project Description:

In this presentation, Chris Like outlines how and why he implemented a volunteer policy at his service site at CCDA. Chris describes the fundamentals of designing a volunteer policy program such as:


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