This board is going to help teach the girls why they need to set goals in their life and the benefits.
I will go around to my residents with six sticky notes. On 3 sticky notes, they must write their academic goals for the semester. On the other 3, they will write how they will achieve those goals. Those sticky notes will then go on my main bulletin board.
A Soccer themed goal setting program used to push residence to set high, realistic goals for the semester through interactive activities.
Residents will decorate boxes bought from Palace. The decorations should reflect their growth or their identity this summer. Residents will then be encouraged to fill the box with things (actual or symbolic) as reminders of their experiences this summer. Residents also have to alternative of writing their goals for the upcoming school year and placing it in the box.
A program that allows students to discuss their aspirations and goals over a DIY craft. The residents will be making dream catchers and writing down a short-term goal, long-term goal and far future goal.
This program will take place after the last hall meeting. Residents will recieve the letters they wrote to themselves at the beginning of the year and will engage in a conversation of what their goals for the future will be both academically and personally.
Residents and I will be watching the movie, "The Three Musketeers" and then doing a great conversation about the lead character from the movie, D'Artagnan.
For this program i will ask my residents to make top ten lists in a bunch of different categories like books, movies, shows, music, goals, and food. Also will have donuts and milk as a snack.
A welcoming to Spring quarter program to all those living in the ILC. Provided with Marianne's ice cream to have a social gathering and hear how everyone spent Spring break and also to set goals for the upcoming quarter.
At this all-hall, we will be having the girls decorate a banner with their academic achievements that happened this year at IC. We will also be having a popcorn bar and watching a movie.
the residents will make a bulletin board where they can post their academic goals for the quarter. we will have some time to talk about our goals and write them out of pieces of paper to post on the boards.
Motivational Student/Guest Speaker Orlando Smith will tell his story of how he went from a 1.9 GPA to a 4.0 GPA. He will talk about his goals and aspirations and how he has been able to reach his dreams!
Come help decorate your hall with Bloom into Spring! Create a beautiful flower and reflect upon how you've grown throughout the year!
A passive program where the residents are given materials on how to improve academically through on-campus resources, how to find a job, how to build a resume, and most importantly how to plan their goals
Residents will write letters to themselves reflecting on their first two quarters of the year and put down in words pep talks and goals they hope to accomplish in the last quarter of this year at UCSC. Blue books and Scranton will be present as well! I will also have card games such as Apples to Apples and the Game of Things as well as a game cube that will have Mario Kart for residents to be a...
We often forget about our new years resolutions and goals, so it's nice to have a tangible object (in this case a bracelet) to remind us each day to try & achieve our goals.
The resident advisor will facilitate a welcome back program for all residents - this welcome back program will aim at reestablishing the community to a new year, new goals, new mindset, and overall new resolutions. Within this program residents will be matching a pre-printed picture of themselves which will be already in the lounge. Residents will match a pre-printed quote with their particular...
A passive program on the steps that it takes to complete goals and not give up on New Year's resolutions.
A passive program for resident to get ideas of goals for the new year/quarter and encourage others with their own contributions.
Come make and decorate your own personal 2014 goals jar!