Program that aims to answer any questions or fears that residents may have during their first quarter. They will do this by putting their fears and goals on a paper and handing them into me and I giving them back at the end of the quarter. Then I hope to answer their questions using my prior knowledge and the resources on campus.
Students will engage in personal growth by creating either a bucket list of events or things they would like to do this year, as well as a short letter to themselves. The residents can also include any item that has meaning to them. The letters and items will be held onto by the RA in a form of a time capsule and will be released at the end of the year.
The purpose of this area meeting is to integrate the Shasta South residents. This will consist of residents bonding over similar likes and dislikes.
Residents will gather at the Biological Sciences building to walk the track around the school. Residents will walk/jog together around the schools track. Water will be provided.
For this program I made a banner that said "What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" I hung this banner outside my door and left sharpies for people to use to write their thoughts.
A vision board will be posted in the clubhouse for students to visualize what they want out of their school year and what they want out of their Flats Team
End of the summer quarter reflection session on what work well, what didn't, and what you would like to bring into the next quarter. Learn about your style of tackling college and how to be better prepared for fall quarter! Start making goals for the next year.
Students will write their goals for the summer on a poster
Residents are invited out to enjoy each other's company and share their highlight of the year, a favorite memory and a goal they have for the summer/next year with each other before they have finals and move out.
With finals ending, the quarter finishing, and graduation right around the corner it would be fun to participate in an event that is exciting, and breath taking. This event will allow residents to climb a mobile rock wall to have fun and distress. The hard work that each resident has put into school will be symbolized by climbing the wall. Reaching the top will be a sign of accomplishing their...
With the quarter/year coming to a close, this program will allow residents to first discuss with the hall, then draw out on a large poster what they want to do/ goals they want to accomplish for the rest of their college career. Following this, letters and envelopes will be provided so that residents can write a note to others in the hall to motivate each other, give any suggestions or methods ...
in this final hall meeting, residents will convene with their RA one last time. together, they will open the "make a wish" box introduced at the beginning of the year to reflect upon the goal they established at the first hall meeting.
Stonehaveners - don't overlook these important health and fitness tips! It is very easy to have fun, stay healthy, and look good for summer!
Come together with my residents and discuss our accomplishments and new aspirations we have for HSU or anywhere else we decide to go and explore.
Passive Program - Poster asking residents to describe their dreams and long term life goals, including dream jobs, houses, locations, etc.
How do you want to live your life? Are there things you want to do, people you want to meet, places you want to travel to? This active program will enable students to write down what's on their bucket list, provide information and resource on goal-making and motivation, and inspire them to critically think about their identity and lifestyle.
Come set some goals for the summer and next year while reflecting on the achievements you've made over the past few quarters!
Are you so done with this school year? Does summer feel like an eternity away? You are not the only one! Come join your RA and your neighbors as we help one another establish goals for the last quarter of the year. You come also share what are some of the things you do to stay motivated. Free Food, Drinks, and maybe some life changing advice will be provided!
I showed the movie "UP" and then we had a discussion about setting goals.
Residents were given an opportunity to reflect on their first quarter and make goals/adjustments for their second quarter at UCSC.