PWR regional planning worksheet
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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- We are holding our first AIT/MIT/LTI weekend in January, the goal of which is to ensure that all regional leaders and members are properly trained and education.
Currently we are a little behind our goals in AZA, BBG, and Engagement, however working with DFO, we have established a benchmarking strategy to complete goals by the end of the yearFollow up training and continued development of teen leaders following AIT/MIT/LTI weekendPWR made significant AZA/BBG progress during October and November though still tracking significantly behind compared to this time last year. Employing and executing new rush strategies will be key. Important that AIT/MIT is a membership and engagment driver.
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Goal/Objective #2 Meaningful ProgramsWe are looking to expand and create programs with a "WOW" factor to encourage participation from segments of LA teen population currently not engaged in BBYO/Jewish lifeWe are planning on adding an exciting saturday night program to our AIT/MIT/LTI weekend, and are looking to have our Beau/Sweetheart dance at an exciting locationFinalize Beau/Sweetheart location and ensure it is an event with big exposure. Additionally, work on J-Serve both in LA and OC to ensure that it is of the quality and exposure that the community warrants.With the hard work you are doing with the assistance of 2020, you are on a course to make this goal really take off. Have their been any small-scale successes to date?
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Goal/Objective #3 Entry Point
-We are building a Greek "rush" culture where perspective teens will be bidded, and essentially "invited" to join AZA and BBG. This creates the idea of engineered exclusivity, and builds upon a culture to join as a full paid member "right-away."

- Teens will be given bid cards during our December Limos and Latkes event in Orange County. This recruitment strategy will then be rolled out to the entire PWR community.
- We will be creating crew neck sweatshirts (sorority and fraternity style) to be ordered for inductions.
- AIT/MIT/LTI will create a buzz to become a paid member.
- Continue this style of recruitment year round so it becomes part of the PWR onboarding culture. (Your comments here are really more fitting with objective #1. Objective #3 has everything to do with BC. Important to refer back to your regional planning and keep it alive). PWR BBYO Connect numbers are in a very good place. Are there strong strategies to leverage this growth and pipeline these teens into AZA/BBG in January/February?
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Goal/Objective #4 Immersive ExperiencesSummer program chairs have begun promotion of summer programs, utilizing program alumni and chapters with strong summer program cultures to recruit. Currently, we are compiling a list from every chapter president of the teens in their chapter who would be good fits for summer experiences. We are slightly ahead of where we were last year for immersives - Kallah and ILTC numbers are good, and we've hit the double impact scholarship amount. CLTC is the main area of focus over the next quarter.We will be holding summer program information sessions in each of our core geographic areas between January and March.You still have time to hit the numbers you set for yourself at the beginning of the year. Do you have specific strategies for hitting your metrics for all immersives?
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Goal/Objective #5 Adult StakeholdersWe are working on building our FAN committee by engaging alumni from different regional predecessors and different time periods.
-We are planning to hold a young alumni drinks and mingle event in March. This will be paired with our Advisor Training Day.
- Leveraging our advisor network, and having them plan and take over young alumni pieces.
- Regular phone-a-thons throught the rest of the fiscal term.
Parent participation is improving for PWR. Through phone a thons, PWR should hit the parent percentage goal A new parent is going to be at the FAN retreat, which is really positive.
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Goal/Objective #6 Community PartnerWe have successfully expanded our relationship with several synagogues, with a particular focus on Temple Bat Yahm in Newport Beach. We are executing programs that are promoted by and partially owned by the congregations and other partner agencies.We have leveraged our partnerships to engaged a large number of high school and middle school teens, through our partnerships with federation, synagogues, JCCs, and campsWe will look to further secure our existing partnerships, as well as identify other potential partners, particularly building off of the synagogue model that has been successful for us thus far.We need to figure out how to get ourselves in the Jewish News... We need to highlight the great leadership work that we are doing. Also, it would be wise to partner with AIPAC at some level. Many of our alums are invovled, as well as signifiicant philathropists throughout the community are involved with AIPAC.
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Connect
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Engaged
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Total Campaigns and Initiatives Participation
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