Mountain 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-running Execs program after Spirit Convention 2013 for chapter presidents and regional board to educate new chapter leaders; implemeting AZA/BBG Program Planning form for all chapter in the effort to increase program quality and ensure program logitics meet BBYO standards and poliies-increased program quality; increased program attendace; increased program diversityBoth AZA and BBG are tracking down compared to this time last year. Are there strategies/events in place above and beyond the activities that took place last year that will get Mountain back on track?
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Goal/Objective #2 Meaningful Programs-Jonathan's Walk; J-Serve; Shabbat dinner for senior in partnership with Chabad at ASU-ongoing improvement of BBYO's reputation in the community; highlighting positive programming that BBYO takes part in, either through partnerships or aloneWhat is your assessment of that improvement of your reputation halfway through the year? What has helped the most?
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Goal/Objective #3 Entry Point-8th grader recruitment night planned for late January; 8th grade overnight to transition teens from Connect to AZA/BBG; -Percentage increase for program attendance; quality Connect programs to bring in new faces; follow through for teens transitioning from Connect to AZA/BBGBC is tracking better than this time last year. Benchmarking for this year call for a 50% point increase between January and April. Last year Mountain BC grew 19% during the same time frame. What are the massive BC engagement events that will cause such high increases? 8th grade overnight is interested. Would love to hear more details.
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Goal/Objective #4 Immersive Experiences-Summer Experiences program to be held during Spirit Convention 2013 in January to educate teens about programs; TB with parents about programs; work with advisors to identify teens who will be good candidates for certain programs-meeting goalsYour numbers are tracking lower than your goals for many Immersives. Do you have a plan in place for the next few months to bring up attendees for summer?
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Goal/Objective #5 Adult Stakeholders-ongoing communication with parents and advisors about chapter and regional programming-educated advisors (trainings, etc); higher click through rate for arcos mailingsI have not seen any advisor training... also, january will be a key month to launch our parent participation. Just because I am in Phoenix, Rebekah and i need to set clear expectations on what FAN needs to look like. Las Vegas has 3 Parents as FAN leaders. That is great.
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Goal/Objective #6 Community Partner-J-Serve planning committee involving representatives from temples and organization from across the Valley-more face to face meetings; more developed partnerships throughout the community that will diversify our enagement potentialthe NFTY partnership is strong. MTN needs to partner more with AIPAC and the EVJCC.
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AZA130
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BBG170
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Connect75
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Engaged5
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Total Campaigns and Initiatives Participation515
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Total Immersives91
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December 2012 Review
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Rebekah (Mountain Region)
Phoenix
MItch (Tucson)
Jodi (Las Vegas)
Alana (SLC)
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