|Posted by STUDENTdirect International on August 13, 2015 at 3:25 AM||comments (3)|
Addressed to the Board: My endorsement for Cameron Coe as STUDENTdirect Charitable Foundation's youngest Chief Executive Officer.
Cameron Coe is an individual who is responsible, organized, analytical, and reserved. He volunteered to pre-intern with the organization in the latter of 2014. During the duration of his pre- internship he has brought so much to the non-profit organization, STUDENTdirect Charitable Foundation. Not only did he play a key role in strategizing and implement...
|Posted by STUDENTdirect International on July 14, 2015 at 9:15 PM||comments (0)|
This is a letter of recommendation for Bola Ige Alibi Efeshodiamhe who has been very involved with STUDENTdirect Charitable Foundation in its development and expansion. He was crucial in coordinating Initiating Community Action volunteers in nations in Africa. Further he is taking on a leadership role with STUDENTdirect International as its President, and in the past four years maintain his role in the STUDENT direct Organization as Chief Executive Officer of the Africa te...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sophia kostiuk on July 3, 2014 at 5:35 PM||comments (1)|
|Posted by Eagle Rock High School Initiating Community Action on April 28, 2014 at 12:20 AM||comments (1)|
Orientation Room located in: Glendale
*Present to parents in the nearby future*
-Do what is best
-Give someone the chance to something
-We are not begging for money, we are giving people the chance to help and share the opportunity.; Dont be like "help me?"
-Brag about yourself, people will brag about you
-Do your part to raise $
-Do not say yes to anything lower than a certain price.
-Social experi...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eagle Rock High School Initiating Community Action on April 28, 2014 at 12:15 AM||comments (1)|
-Youth Initiative: providing sports teams
-Focus on people making it worth someones time
-More willing to give
-How much can you benefit with $____?
-Be conscious & truthful with what you do with the funds *follow up
-Integrity: our benefit
-Smile. Pretend to know the last class’s/groups story
-Giving back to those displaced
-Scalable: simple. Meets standards
-Taking pic with the homeless: unethical
-Al...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Eagle Rock High School Initiating Community Action on April 28, 2014 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
-Never presume who you're friends with/ who you put your energy with
-Never discriminate group of people.
-Always have a clear mind when you make a decision and know how the decision processes.
-Don’t be a consumer
Determination, Visualization, Execution
-There will be obstacles
-extra research for people who want help
-”Interested? Here’s our offer.”
-Understand, don’t be nervous, not sure... Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Chit Tun, Chairman on January 31, 2014 at 3:35 AM||comments (1)|
I am very pleased with how this organization has grown now that we are in the year 2014. I am grateful for the volunteers who made this possible from the very first to the most current. I cherish the memories of those who believed in this in the beginning when it required such great risk. The initial conception began in 2011. We incorporated in November of 2012. We have hit many benchmarks since and we will continue to grow in other countries as volunteers join wor...Read Full Post »
|Posted by STUDENTdirect Productions on March 14, 2012 at 1:40 AM||comments (0)|
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When we first heard of the Jacques Bolsey Project we were amazed by this man of ambition and innovation, a story left untold.
History may have forgotten the man behind the Bolex, however this documentary will uncover the truth and controversy.
|Posted by STUDENT direct Organization High School Extension on March 14, 2012 at 12:10 AM||comments (1)|
Natalie Tran is an ambitious student from Fountain Valley High School. Currently she is a junior and President of the Invisible Children Club. Natalie has also taken on the challenges of being the Chief Executive Officer of her high school's extension of t...Read Full Post »