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The Unemployed's Grieving Cycle
Developing Productive Partnerships
Dealing with Stress/Creating a Healthy Work Culture
Zombie: Engaging hard to reach clients (workforce)
Impact Skills Employers Are Looking For
The Island Group Activity
Can Our Youth Compete in the Global Challenge?
How To Use Life Illustrations & Group Activities That Teach
Soft Skills: from education to work, plus the values associated
Career Exposure for Students
Impact Skills Handout
Working with the Unemployed (grieving cycle)
Powerful Partnerships info sheet
Keeping Youth Engaged In Your Program
Quitter's Affidavit (info and sample)
Self Sufficiency Model for Program Design
IMPACT Portfolio Cover template
"Play Ball" work experience field trip
Using Motivational Interviewing Skills
Dealing with your past.
Preparations for day one
Top 20 successful tips
Work place skills
Work experience stories
Build your own business
The Workforce Challenge
What can I do now?
My IMPACT opening
Job Search activity sheets
Dress to Impress
Thank You notes
It may be some of the standard "job searching preparation" and work skills material. However, it's designed with the perspective that the students (youth and adults) have these six components in their life:
I'm Motivated, Positive, Achieving, Committed and Teachable.
When you present information, it's important to intersection the head (thinking/information), heart (motivation) and hands (application). Then the habits will develop that are beneficial to the student and society.
Each section is front/back and can stand alone. You make the copies you need. IMPACT is designed in a worksheet format.
Great reminder to encourage others. See more at our Pinterest page (click red button).
What my band director from Paul H. Pewitt School District in Texas (Graduate '79) taught me about leadership. (click on the title link)