We kicked off our Fall YAS initiative a few weeks ago at the International Preschool of Raleigh by doing our YAS (You are Special) activity, where students made You are Special cards for their classmates and celebrated their classmates’ unique qualities. This week, we are doing our first online YAS campaign of Fall 2019! We posted this EdWordle on our Instagram page showing a few (of many) words you could use to tell someone that they are special. Feel free to use these words as an inspiration to tell others why they are special to you!
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Today for Leaders UNITE at the International Preschool of Raleigh, students became leaders in recycling! The school plans to get some recycling bins soon, and today, Leaders UNITE students learned what it means to recycle. Students then created a rule list for recycling to paste in school for all of their other friends to learn about recycling. Students then made a supply list of things they want to recycle at school, so that teachers could go shopping for different types of recycling bins for their school. The first pictures shows their recycling rules list. The second picture shows the rule list alongside some of the students’ drawings of recyclables (paper, newspaper, glass bottles, recycling bins) and some animals that can be saved when we recycle!
Great job being leaders in the community, students!
Last week at our visit to Southwest Regional Library, we were so excited to see Leaders UNITE flyers up at the front of the library! It was exciting to see Leaders UNITE as a regular activity at this library, and to see the flyer we made last year alongside other fun library activities. Some people even heard about the club from these flyers, so that was great!
Yesterday, Leaders UNITE began its first day of the new school year at Southwest Regional Library! We are excited to work with high school students towards achieving their leadership goals!
The 2019-2020 school year of Leaders UNITE began at North Regional library today! We are excited to partner with North Regional Library for a second year in a row, and we were excited to meet many new faces at the library today. This is one of our locations that we will blog about this school year, so stay tuned for reflections and news from this location!
Leaders UNITE is happy to announce that we have added a new school to our club: the International Preschool of Raleigh! We are excited to bring the club to this preschool, where students will learn about the qualities of leadership and teamwork through hands-on activities. Leaders UNITE will also begin at the school’s partner locations in Beijing, China. We are extremely excited to expand Leaders UNITE to more schools both locally and globally. The first year of Leaders UNITE at this school will be blogged about on the club website, so stay tuned for more details about Leaders UNITE at this school!
Hi Leaders UNITE! Our spring volunteering is now underway! We are excited to be partnering with many groups, including: Durham Nativity School, North Regional Library, Southwest Regional Library, and East Regional Library. We have a great set of volunteers from Duke University who are ready to learn with all of you! We look forward to another great semester of volunteering and we can’t wait to meet all of participants!
If you would like to be a Leaders UNITE volunteer or add your school/location to our list of partner schools, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
This is the Leaders UNITE poster from the 2018-2019 Duke Activities Fair. It provides a general overview of the club, what we do, previous projects we have conducted, and upcoming opportunities. Use this to get a general idea about the club!
Thank you to everyone that came out to see Leaders UNITE at the Duke Activities Fair last week! We loved hearing all of your questions and seeing so many students interested in our club. If you missed us at the activities fair, don’t worry- there are still plenty of opportunities to join the club and to get your questions answered. Duke students: stay tuned for an email from your exec board providing information about an upcoming interest meeting. Everyone else: there is still time to start a branch of Leaders UNITE at your own school for the upcoming school year. Check out our Activities Fair poster for some general information about the club:
We are currently working on planning our events for the upcoming school year at Duke University. We are excited to share many new activities with all of you once the school year starts! If you are interested in starting a branch of Leaders UNITE at your school or with your student group, please let us know! We would love to add more groups to our Leaders UNITE network and help you to find the best way to incorporate the club based on the goals and schedule of your group. Keep in mind that there are Leaders UNITE activities for every age group and that the club can work to supplement other activities that are already a part of your group. Email us at email@example.com if you are interested in starting Leaders UNITE at your school or group! We would be happy to provide you with fun hands-on leadership activities, discussion prompts, teamwork goals, and keep you updated on activities and conferences that will happen with all of the branches of the club as well as our new local and global projects for the 2018-2019 school year. We hope to hear from you soon! Email us if you are interested, or if you have any questions about how you can fit Leaders UNITE into your group.