To take part in The Potential Project, young people who are currently enrolled in a public school in West County will, by or before Monday, January 23, 2017…
Create a team. Form a team with a defined set of members between 2 and 30 people.
Pick a goal. Pick one of the goals from WCCUSD’s Local Control and Accountability Plan, which you can find here.
Complete an application. Using the application document that you can find at this link, create a plan to raise awareness, spark creative collaboration, and create measurable progress towards one of the goals contained within the plan. Each team can apply for up to $500 of grant funding to be used to complete the project. All applications must be submitted via email in the form of a Word document, a .pdf file, or in the form of a link to a GoogleDoc that is emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, January 23.
Grant winners will be notified the week of Monday, January 30, 2017. Successful applicants would then...
Collect grant funds. The teams who win the grants will be expected to pick up their grant funding at Living Hope Neighborhood Church, which is located at 2800 Rheem Avenue in Richmond. The date and time will be determined by Pastor Dave Clark.
Bring your project to life! All groups have until Friday, April 28th to complete their projects. Both a written project summary and a video project summary (between 4 and 6 minutes in length) must be submitted before 5 pm on Friday, April 28. In case it is helpful, people can make a copy of this template to use in order to complete the written project summary.
Present your project. All groups will present their written and video summary at The Potential Project end of year celebration on Friday, May 12th from 5-7pm. Location for the end of year celebration will be communicated in April 2017.