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While most of the services above are based on the maturity of the young boy, we will start enrolling the participants at the age of 17 years-old and keep grooming them over the years. Our commitment and engagement with our participants does not end when they complete P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.. The program will consist of tutorials and hands on training along with licensed professionals, as needed for technical portions of our curriculum. MiraMira90’s short term goal is to have our participants: 1) Graduate high school (or obtain a general education degree) 2) Complete either a college/trade school application and/or have obtained work 3) Know the significance of confidence with proper etiquette and style We at MiraMira90 will be the liaison between our participants and the community for referrals, as needed. Our long-term goal is to detour participants from:
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We will be going around to different places and events, teaching kids what to do in these situations. To begin, as we must start small, we will be teaching them how to make a water filtration straw. We will also be asking for donations, in order to create donation kits for homeless shelters. This incorporates the idea that they do not have power, and we will be helping them along with educating children.
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Our project will help to fill totes that are then given to cancer patients. We will have the children who attend library programs participate in this service learning project. They will help to shop for, purchase the items, write messages of caring and assemble the totes. We have completed other projects with great success and teaching children that community service is part of being in a community is a great life lesson.
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We are currently working on fundraising and programming for the summit. We have a venue selected and have begun to invite schools to attend.
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Our project will create baby baskets for new mothers and will help them financially by providing basic supplies for their child. We will do this by creating baskets using funds from the grant and by fundraising. All FBLA chapter members will help with this project.
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We use fun experiments like lemon powered batteries, UV beads, and bottle rockets to explain common principles of science and take the theoretical nature of science and transform it into an applicative aspect. We begin each free class with a lesson and then an experiment to go along with it!
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For this project we plan to educate the students of Canoga Park High School on the importance of recycling by furthering our previously established relationship with the school and current principal. In order to execute this process our program will be sending a handful of representatives to the school which will be delegated duties previously given to the Green-E Club, or Green Environment Club, at Canoga Park High School. Our scholars will be responsible for assisting this club with collecting recyclable materials, sorting said materials, and delivering said materials via provided vehicle transportation to the nearest recycling center to raise funding for the school as well as our program to reinvest back in the community for other projects.
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My action will help people who don't have a lot of money to get toothbrushes. I will collect toothbrushes from students at my school and local dentists. I will take the donations to the school district food drive and pass them out to the families who need them.
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Los Angeles, CA United States See map: Google Maps Food and Health Human Community and Human Condition Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 1 Subscribe to group ...
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This will be completed through a free STEM summer camp for girls in this age range which will consist of hands on experiments to explore areas such as global warming, chemistry, engineering, physics, and electricity.

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