S: Psi Eta Omega Chapter
1: Emma Lily Henderson - International Program Evaluation Criteria This award is presented to the GRADUATE chapter with the most outstanding local program in support of International Program Objectives during the Program Year 2010. Criterion I. PLATFORMS (submit at most 3 pages for each of the 4 platforms) A. The Non-Traditional Entrepreneur - 20 Points B. The Economic Keys to Success - 20 Points C. The Economic Growth of the Black Family - 20 Points D. Health Resource Management and Economics - 20 Points II. CONTINUING PROGRAMS - other chapter projects (submit at most 3 pages) - 10 Points III. CLARITY AND NEATNESS OF LAYOUT - 5 Points IV. UNIQUENESS OF COVER - 5 POINTS Total Points Possible - 100 Points *** Scrapbook with Journaling Required ***
2: Platform 1: Non-Traditional Entrepreneur | Chapter Approach: The Art Show
3: Community Impact: We partnered with Black Art Plus - a local black owned art store - to host an art show. Over 50 participants enjoyed the artwork of local African American artists.
4: Participant Comment: "I had no idea this art store was in Columbus. Now I have a place to buy all of my black art work."
5: Platform #2: Economic Keys to Success Chapter Approach: AKAnomics Sessions Personal Finance Workshops
6: Impact: At each chapter meeting, we discussed a different section of the book. This served as a platform for sorors to learn how to be fiscally responsible and to take control of their money.
7: Community Impact: In partnership with Increase CDC and KeyBank Foundation, we hosted a 5 week personal finance course to teach participants how to control their money, develop a spending plan, and gain the fundamentals of insurance and investments.
8: Platform 3: Economic Growth of the Black Family | Chapter Approach: *Beautillion Program *YWCA Family Shelter Partnership
9: Community Impact: 11 young men participated in the Beautillion program. The program exposed the Beaus to leadership training, community altruism, camaraderie, and social etiquette. | In 2010, we awarded $4,967 in scholarships. During the program, we partnered with Northwestern Mutual, I Know I Can, and the Tobias Project.
10: Night of Jazz and Gift Donations Community Impact: We collected over 300 items to donate to homeless families at the YWCA Family Center. | MLK Day of Service Community Impact: 12 sorors served breakfast to more than 170 families, donating more than 60 hours of service.
11: Platform 5 : Health Resource Management and Economics Chapter Approach: Dancing Rivers of Life Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure African American Male Wellness Walk
12: Community Impact: Over 20 attendees participated in a workshop designed to discuss the cultural dynamics of mental illness and learn how to be more embracing of those individuals challenged with mental illness and the disease of addiction. | Partnership with T.O.V.A.S. Nest to deliver the mental health workshop, Dancing Rivers of Life.
13: African American Male Wellness Walk Community Impact: 12 sorors participated for more than 50 hours of service. | Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure Community Impact: We walked to find a cure for cancer.
14: You thought it was over... | In partnership with NABCJ, we raised money for scholarships at our annual Mongolian BBQ celebrity guest grill event.
15: There's More!!! | We raised money for the Sudden Infant Death Network of Ohio during a Crop Out. | We raised money for our community programs at the Pearl Lounge.