EACH SCHOOL ATTENDING WILL RECEIVE A PROJECT U TOOLKIT
THIS SUMMIT WILL HAVE:
- The ‘popular’ UCLA SEX Squad will be performing
- Introduction to Project U Los Angeles (social media platform for teens)
- Action planning for a Project U Street Team on your campus
- Health/Provider Fair (this time focused primarily on LGBT agencies and services)
- Workshop on finding your voice on your campus
WHO IS INVITED:
- Health Classes
- GSA clubs or like groups (this summit will have a large focus on LGBT themes/services)
- Peer Health Leaders
- Health Clubs, and Advocacy Clubs ... and other Leadership groups
- Beyond the Bell (Take Action Sites)
COST: FREE (including bus transportation)
REGISTRATION DUE DATE: Friday, March 3, 2017 (registration form here.)
DATE: Saturday, March 11, 2017
TIME: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Busses will arrive earlier, and arrival time will vary by school. We will contact you prior to the event with details about Bus pick-up time.
TRANSPORTATION: FREE Buses will be provided (for most schools or a local campus)
CHAPERONE: Training rate for the chaperone will be provided
GROUP MINIMUM: Must have a minimum group size of 6 students and maximum of 30 per (1) teacher chaperone. For larger groups speak with me directly.
FOOD: Light breakfast and Lunch provided.
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Glorya Kaufman Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90024
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
What is Project U?
Project U is a new social media Website/campaign in Los Angeles targeting teen health behaviors by creating a safe space online to get information and have the conversation. It hopes to use new media strategies to increase health awareness and decrease high-risk behavior among our youth. It uses mobile phone technology and has an online Website (www.ProjectULA.org). The content is medically accurate, current, and non-bias.
What is the Goal of the Leadership Summit?
We want students to drive the use our new media with student street teams. Our goal is to bring youth to this Youth Leadership Summit to create action plans for NEW Project U street teams on how to plan an event on campus spread the word on their schools (e.g. Table at lunch, PSA's, etc.).
Who is your target audience?
We hope all of LAUSD students will feel the effect of this campaign, but we hope to also reach some of our most at-risk populations.
You should receive a follow-up email soon after you email or fax your registrations over. This will include the forms for the field trip you and students will fill out. If you have any questions call Billie Dawn Greenblatt at (213) 241-3510, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tim Kordic at (213) 241-3519, or email at email@example.com.