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Describe progress executing regional plan activities Describe Progress toward key metrics Critical objectives for next quarter D-Team Feedback
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Goal/Objective #1 Leadership Development#1 Outreach Coordinator to begin 12/15/12. #2 Teen Philanthropy group with Dallas Federation to begin January 2013. #3 Steering committees formed for all conventions. #4 Teen Continuity Committee to begin 1/2013.#1 Initiate contact with area synagogues with no teen programs; contact to Ft. Worth parents and teens; create prospective lists. #2 Collaborating with Jewish High School Director to develop curiculum, timeline and members for the Teen Philanthropy Board. #3 Steering committees utilized at recent two conventions, providing opportunities for leadership development. #4 Continuity Committee to reach out to lapsed members, including contact with their parents and plan methods to re-engage teens.#1 New synagogue partnerships, AZA restarted in Ft. Worth, new attention to Texas and Oklahoma cities with no BBYO presence.AZA and BBG is tracking behind compared to last year. Using new methods for changing culture and pushing 8th grade recruitment earlier as well as picking up more membership in Forth Worth will the factors that make hitting goal possible. Would also be smart to think of a good partnership program with USY in Oklahoma City - Distances are perfect for an "up all night" program with Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
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Goal/Objective #2 Meaningful Programs#1 Meeting held in the fall with AIPAC staff to partner with BBYO on AIPAC community learning series. #2 New partnership with JFS for J Serve. #3 Global program (skype) with overseas teens at regional convention.#1 Developing timeline for AIPAC learning sessions with key speakers. #2 With JFS support, exposing J Serve to wider community. #3 Global Pen Pal kickoff at regional convention. #1 AIPAC educational series as springboard to further AIPAC teen participation. #2 Newer partnerships for J Serve as a result of JFS collaboration. #3 Global teen education and research exchange.Your programs are well suited for community engagement and partnerships. Their scope is also only geared toward regional impact. Is there a way to know what, if any, impact they are having on meaningful programs on the chapter level?
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Goal/Objective #3 Entry Point#1 Connect teens track at recent Mit Ait Convention succeeded. They were exposed to AZA and BBG members, as well as a BBYO Shabbat experience. #2 Outreach Coordinator hired to help engage untapped Jewish area teens and outlying areas.#1 More BBYO teen interaction with Connect teens. #2 Outreach Coordinator to help engage more teens, parents and program development. #1 Expand opportunities for Connect teens (program development, create newsletter, etc.) #2 Outreach Coordinator engaging more teens.Already blew past BC goal - makes this year really ripe for a culture change pushing for earlier 8th grade membership as described in the first section.
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Goal/Objective #4 Immersive Experiences#1 Regional registration is off to good start for international programs. #2 Program promotions are held at every convention. #3 Parents are informed through Parent Network, correspondence and "Coffee and Schmooze" at conventions. #4 Regional Board teens recruit teens.#1 Second round of promotion to parents in January through letter from teen leaders and director. #2 BBYO Passport staff presence at convention and parent "Coffee and Schmooze".#1 Increase teen participation at all programs.Almost all of your goals for summer programing have been exceeded. You are in a good place to see your programming improve with these inspired teens back in your region.
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Goal/Objective #5 Adult Stakeholders#1 Increased FAN exposure through mailings/e-mails. #2 Teen participation in phon-a-thons. # 3 Elevate monthly advisor workshops to comply with certification. #4 Provide long distance training for Tulsa through montly communiques (to begin 1/15/13 #1 New FAN contacts, family FAN and corporate FAN, and Teen FAN formation. #2 Developing materials for Tulsa advisors. #1 FAN goals met and newer FAN relationships. #2 Tulsa advisors understanding BBYO beyond their chapters.FAN is in a healthy place, now is the time to focus on building the parent fan percentage. During primacy each chapter will need to id a lead parent, and each chapter should have a parent event, so that once we are done with primacy, our parents are PRIMED to give to bbyo!
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Goal/Objective #6 Community Partner#1 Staff is involved in Dallas Federation committees. #2 Building relationships with NFTY and USY directors. #2 Teen Boards at area agencies succeeding. #2 More BBYO exposure through community events (Israel Solidarity Rally) and PR in local Jewish paper.#1 Sherrie was invited to serve on the Federation Community Advisory Council and the Federation/Partner Agency Marketing Professionals. #2 Tracy actively networks with colleagues on the Youth Directors Council. #3 Chapter articles with pictures have been submitted 3-4 times a month to the Jewish paper.#1 Expanded staff presence at community meetings and events with new collaborations. #2 New partners participating in J Serve.NTO has been solid in this area. We are speaking at a federation mens event, our teens led the Israel rally. Articles are placed. Visability is high for NTO right now!
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AZA322
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BBG386
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Connect189
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Engaged90
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Total Campaigns and Initiatives Participation300
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Total Immersives141
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