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NON-PROFIT PROJECT

HOS 132 FINAL PROJECT & PRESENTATION

 

 

TOPIC:                      Leadership in the Community:  Giving Back

DUE DATES:            See Weekly Course Schedule

 

DESCRIPTION & REQUIREMENTS:

For your final presentation, you’re asked to identify a local, regional or national nonprofit organization that exemplifies the type of group that you might someday consider working with as a leader or volunteer. The purpose of this presentation and report is to provide information to the class about the many opportunities there are in the community for giving back and learning about how you can make an impact in your area of interest.

 

Your project will consist of three parts:

a.                   Written paper;

b.                  Power point presentation;

c.                   Oral presentation for the class at the end of the semester.

 

WRITTEN FORMAT:

·         Minimum of three typed, double-spaced pages including introductory paragraph, body of text and conclusion incorporating the following suggested information:

·                     Nonprofit/foundation name and contact information

·                     Leadership

·                     Background and history (founders, growth, focus, etc.)

·                     Community involvement

·                     Major supporters, sponsors and community events

o   Personal statement of interest in program. This is where you will explain why this particular organization appeals to you and why you believe in it or are involved with it personally. This statement should be a minimum of 250 words.

·         Paper should be written using Times New Roman 12-point font, with one-inch margins.  It should reflect guidelines for grammar, punctuation and professional format identified throughout the class.

·         Power point presentation outline and works cited page are required with written paper.  Works cited should include a minimum of three different types of sources such as books, research articles, internet, interviews, and others.

 

The following list includes some suggested nonprofit organizations and foundations. Please feel free to give your presentation and report on any nonprofit organization or foundation that interests you personally. 

 

NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS WEBLINKS:

§  www.charitynavigator.org

§  www2.guidestar.org/

§  www.sciway.net

§  www.volunteermatch.org

SUGGESTED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS

    1.    Habitat for Humanity

2.      Amnesty International

3.      American Heart Association

4.      American Cancer Association

5.      American Lung Association

6.      American Red Cross

7.      American Diabetes Association

8.      United Breast Cancer Foundation

9.      YMCA

10.  YWCA

11.  Slow Food International

12.  Lowcountry Local First

13.  Louis’ Kids

14.  Camp Happy Days

15.  Charleston Humane Society

16.  Boys and Girls Club of America-

17.  East Cooper Community Outreach

18.  Families Helping Families

19.  Low Country Orphan Relief

20.  East Copper Meals on Wheels

21.  Star Gospel Mission

22.  Charleston Orphan House

23.  Crisis Ministries

24.  Charleston Breast Center

25.  Ronald McDonald House

26.  Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center

27.  Make a Wish Foundation

28.  Charitable Society of Charleston

29.  The Nature Conservancy

30.  Feed the Children

31.  World Vision

32.  Volunteers of America

33.  Big Sisters and Big Brothers Foundation

34.  Anchors Away-A nonprofit dedicated to getting people with disabilities out on the water.

35.  Low Country Food Bank- a nonprofit fighting hunger in coastal S.C.

36.  Sierra Club- environmental organization that explores, enjoys and protects the planet.

37.  Darkness to Light- programs raise awareness of the prevalence and consequences of child sexual abuse.

38. The Sustainability Institute

     

    Books

    Search the library's online catalog to find books, dvds, and other resources in the library related to your presentation topic.  Books which can be checked out of the library are located on the second floor (at Main).

    Search using your person's name or a related topic.  For example, if you've picked the organization Slow Food International, you could search using the organization's name or, perhaps, the term "slow food." You might also try "volunteers" or "volunteering."

    Any organization's name may be entered in a book search; however if you are looking particularly for lowcountry organizational info, you might want to try the Charleston County Public Library or one of our newspaper databases.

    Subject Specific Databases

    The following electronic databases are available through the Trident Technical College Learning Resources Center. Additional databases are found on the LRC webpage (http://libguides.tridenttech.edu/content.php?pid=111910&sid=2918207#10232604).  When accesing library resources from an off-campus location, you will be prompted to enter your 7 digit student id number (including the zero).  In the Portal, the number can be located by choosing "My Information" and selecting "My Profile". The number is located underneath your name.

     

    Films on Demand

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