RMR 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 DevelopmentCLTI happened in Sept- the regional board has been in good communication with counterparts and have included outlying chapters; convention participation is up from last year for both fall and winter- coordinators used strategic tactics to recruit, 59% of membership has attended conventions; Parent committee has started; Rboard- 18 candidates (So far); Growth Rate- AZA 6%, BBG- 11%; Membership attending regional conventions- 59%; Cost- stayed the sameRegional Board Training weekend takes place- staff will consider focus areas for training in the first few months of the term for new R-board; Membership RUSH process kicks off in January- all events are in the process of being plannedAZA/BBG numbers are tracking well compared to this time last year. Executing last years activities should get you to goal. While the Denver program is enjoying good health and momentum, this might be a good time to tweak and optimize Boulder and Alby.
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Goal/Objective #2 Meaningful ProgramsAZA/BBG Shabbat happened- BBG had mother daughter shabbat with about 70 girls and 30 moms- sisterhood weekend attendance doubled from previous year; Stand Up initiative with KIPP schools has been weak- new cause will be picked in January; J-Serve meetings have kicked off, a theme has been picked and the committee is making progress; We held a Voice Your Vote program on election night with 6 other organizations; not sure how to evaluate these key metrics yet... with AZA BBG shabbat the number is about 30%; no awards yetWe will strategize with the new Rboard about making our Stand Up efforts a bigger deal for the chapters and region; J-Serve will continue to be a focus for staff and teens; You are right that this metric is a difficult one to evaluate. Perhaps attendance is a good start, since BBG mother-daughter Shabbat looks impressive at 100 attendees.
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Goal/Objective #3 Entry PointConsistent monthly Connect programming happened throughout the semester. Teen involvement is increasing with the utilization of regional BBYO Connect Chairs as well as a teen on the International Connect committee. Membership RUSH process kicks off in January - all events are in the process of being plannedConnect-to-Membership Conversion rate- TBD; Connect growth rate: 256%We plan to use the newly elected Regional Board as well as a new chapter board term to better implement Connect programs in the chapters. We will have Connect programs in each of the outlying chapters. Once it is closer to summer, we will contact Ranch camp for a summer '13 visit. We are currently planning a "wow" program for the spring. We will re-visit the idea of a Connect parent committee BC numbers are also way up compared to this time last year. It will be critical to replace hunger games with another major draw program if we want see the same growth pattern compared to last year. Would be very strategic to ensure there is AZA/BBG exposure in BC events. Also, with the growth in BBYO connect, spring is a good time to start incorporating more parent involvement/feedback in the program.
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Goal/Objective #4 Immersive ExperiencesRegional Mazkirim are heading up immersive experience promotions; currently our immersives registration is looking great for next summer; we're pushing summer programs at Winter Convention; currently have 30+ signed up for IC (doubling last year's attendance); TBDWe need a CLTC campaign to get those numbers up; passport staff may come at the end of January to promote; Ambassadors group needs to be more established and we need to build our list of prospects for a summer programs LCC effort; Your numbers for summer DO look great. What strategies were most effective in getting you to where you are now? How are they different than last year?
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Goal/Objective #5 Adult StakeholdersOne Advisor training has taken place this semester with one on the horizon for early January, every chapter has at least one advisor; some chapters held parent mtgs in fall but not all; FAN board has not been so present but the PAC has started and we plan to utilize this group much more; Jayme and Rachel have mainly been working on FAN together; held program at CELL which will hopefully help the Mizel donation; TBDNeed to plan 2 advisor trainings/get togethers for the next quarter, and looking recruit 2 AZA advisors for Denver chapters; PAC mtg happening first week of Jan, JD and RH will figure out how to better tie FAN into this group; We have set the ground to run with FAN in Jan. Denver will be a major focus for DCE. We have solid alums in the community, we need to decipher an approach to connect them back to bbyo. PAC is key for the parent support.
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Goal/Objective #6 Community PartnerMaintained a strong presence with the JYPC; partnered with most JYPC organizations for VYV in November; Currently the lead of J-Serve Planning. We held a meeting with the Boulder JCC Teen Director to strategize about partneringPartnerships for Connect, J-Serve, and camps: about 7. Local Article Placements: 1 We will continue to work closely with our partners in the JYPC and to have a hand in the planning of community-wide programs. We are re-strategizing our approach in Boulder to try to make it more effective. We are going to continue to seek out additional community partners, especially for J-Serve. We will continue to work on building strong partnerships in outlying communities. Albuquerque will have a J-serve in April and we're hoping to get a bunch of new partners down there for that program Need to figure out how to get some more visability within Federation We need to consider bringing RZJ in for some higher level learning? This will be a major focus fo JD and RH in January.
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AZA146
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BBG180
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Connect160
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Engaged74
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Total Campaigns and Initiatives Participation0
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Total Immersives0
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