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Gomez 1 Formal Outline I. Introduction A. Hook: Education is a very valuable in developing countries, but how useful is it really? B. Opening Information/Background: High school does not prepare students for real work experiences making them unable to perform their best and advance in the company/job/organization. C. Thesis/Claim: This program will prepare students for the real world workforce as they get educated by preparing them for the future and teaching them the skills necessary for life after school. II. Work Preparation Program A. Workshops one day a Week for 2 hours after school 1. Teach them skills necessary in workplace, such as leadership, communication, Microsoft use (word, excel, powerpoint), and networking skills B. Put them in real work situations that will be great forecasts of how the workforce really is. 1. This includes getting the students internships with partnering companies of ours. C. Partnerships with local and global business to increase our student's chance of success out of high school. III. Where and Why A. Start in Africa 1. There is less amount of leaders coming out of this country. B. It is a lesser developed country in need of a program like this that will help grow their country as a whole. C. Learn from Woods experience when he wanted to initiate room to read in africa and use it to my advantage. IV. Counterclaim: What others think about programs similar to mine A. Give background information to as wh one may think that these types of programs don't work and then prove how i will fix it. B. Rebuttal: Why mine is going to succeed and how it will accomplish this V. This is why we need your help A. Since we are a non-profit it does mean that we rely on donations to maintain/sustain our organization. B. Showing people that their donations are making a difference in people’s lives and are doing people good. C. Memorable Moment: We need your help to continue making a difference in the lives of others, so we need you to donate.
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Gomez 2 Victor Gomez English B1A P.3 December 8, 2017 Growing Leaders Education is a very valuable concept all around the world, but does it really provide useful information for the future? High school does not prepare students for real work experiences, making them unable to perform their best and advance in the future field of their choice. Not having learned specific skills creates limitations on students and on what they can achieve in life. The program that I am going to be proposing will help students prepare for the real world by teaching them the skills necessary for life after school. The program will focus on students that are soon going to be entering the workforce by providing workshops that are going to be about leadership development, how to network, and communication skills. This proposal will be called Growing Leaders because it will help create leaders for the future, not only for their surrounding area but the world as a whole.
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  • Fall '17
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