Applicants must agree to attend each of the 10 classes, participate in all extra-curricular assignments and commit to being a fully contributing member of the VALU class.
Students will still need to discuss their progression from this class to a higher level class with their teacher.
As a general rule we advise students to repeat this course a minimum of 4 times before progressing to Beginners Ballet.
Purpose: To educate Auglaize County’s up-and-coming adult leaders about their county of residence, instill a sense of countywide community, and promote the importance of leadership in all aspects of life.
Participation: Auglaize County residents from all walks of life and business, emphasizing a diverse representation of the county communities with a limit of 12 persons per class.
Exercises and class structure will refresh and change at the commencement of each 5 week block.
New students will not be permitted to join mid-way through a five week block.
The class will meet on the third Thursday of each month from September through June; all classes will begin promptly at 9 a.m. Tuition: Participants agree to pay 0 as a member of the VALU class.
Tuition includes all printed materials, Leadership Development Programming with DISCflex Assessment, all meals/snacks associated with the program, transportation for some of the assignments and any and all miscellaneous costs associated with VALU.
Some suggested topics include: • Community Service Projects • New ideas for cross-age mentoring • Team-building activities • Peer helping ideas for home campus • New training activities (tied to curricular areas) • Ice Breakers/ Energizers • Peer helper’s role in crisis management • Communication with diverse populations (different cultures, age differences, special needs, business situations, etc.) • Topics of concern (eating disorders, suicide prevention, conflict resolution, dealing with grief, dealing with fear, codependence, issues surrounding alcohol/drugs/tobacco, media literacy, diversity, bullying, violence prevention, HIV, etc.) • Collaborating and partnering with school and community • Evaluating your program • Gaining support from administration • Building your program to meet national standards • Grading strategies • Fundraising & PR • Stress Management • Working with Different Generations or Populations Click here for a presenter application and more information. 0 comments PAL® Peer Assistance and Leadership is an award-winning, Nationally Recognized Evidence-based Prevention Program owned and operated by WAP.