Summer Study 2022 - Wednesday, July 27
Writing for Success: Learn why writing skills are important and methods to be a better writer while learning about scholarships. Get in touch with your networking side by sending a formal thank you email.
RadioActive Youth Media: KOUW’s RadioActive Youth Media is where young people discover public radio journalism and gain access to the skills, community and institutional resources that spur their growth as media makers. Through their stories, listeners of all ages gain a deeper understanding of young people whose voices are rarely heard by the greater public. In this workshop you will learn about how to tell a story with a beginning, middle, and end. You will talk about what makes a great story and draw Story Idea Maps to help find stories in their own lives and communities.
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration): NOAA Science Camp offers students an opportunity to dive into marine and atmospheric science with NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Who is NOAA, you may wonder? NOAA scientists study weather, climate, oceans and coasts, and fisheries and uses many marine and aviation tools to do their research. The work that NOAA does informs important policies to protect our coasts and ocean. This workshop will introduce students to earth and ocean sciences through virtual and hands-on activities, emphasizing solutions to real-world problems. Students will also have the opportunity to interact with NOAA scientists to learn more about their research and pathways to related marine careers.
Phase 1 and 2:
Lunch Open Hours (optional) : Stop by Zoom Lunch Open Hours if you have any questions or need tech support.
Intro to Web Design: Work on learning the tools you'll need to make the DO-IT Summer Study 2022 website.
Review the current draft of the website; identify and prioritizing remaining needs. Set goals and action items.
Break into Teams: Build the DO-IT Summer Study 2022 website!
Report out, set goals, and action items for the next (final) session.
First Impressions: In this session, Scholars will develop both resume and networking skills to make a meaningful first impression. Scholars will work on enhancing their elevator pitches to make a confident first impression supported by a stellar resume, to use during the Mock Interview session on Thursday, July 28.
- a concise elevator pitch
- an understanding of resume etiquette
- tools to make the building the resume process easier
- a basic knowledge of Linkedin
Phase 1 and 2:
Movie Night (optional): Join DO-IT Staff in watching a movie of choice! Students can answer a poll to vote in on what movie they'd be interested in watching together.