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Criminal Justice

In Module Five, you learned how cultural views and values drive human behavior.

In Module Five, you learned how cultural views and values drive human behavior. In this module, you learned how to explain the importance of applying theory versus using generalizations to explain behaviors. You will now apply this knowledge to using theory when analyzing criminal behavior in general. This application of knowledge will help you prepare for the submission of Project Three in Module Eight, in which you will focus on specific criminal behavior.
, in 100–150 words, explain how cultural views and values drive human behavior. Include the following in your explanation:
What is the correlation between deviance and culture?
How do culture and geographical location influence whether certain acts are deemed violations of law?
Then, in 100–150 words, explain the importance of applying theory versus making broad generalizations to explain behaviors. Include the following in your explanation:
What are the advantages of applying theory to explain behaviors?
What are the disadvantages of making broad generalizations?
Specifically, the following rubric criteria must be addressed:
Explain how cultural views and values drive human behavior.
Explain the importance of applying theory versus making broad generalizations to explain behaviors.
Guidelines for Submission
This assignment should be 200–300 words in length. Any references must be cited in APA style.

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Social Work and Human Services

Critical Thinking Assignment (CT) 2 In Module 6, Discussion Board 3 Discussion Q

Critical Thinking Assignment (CT) 2
In Module 6, Discussion Board 3 Discussion Questions, you are introduced to a girl named Pia and her family. Pia has many things going on in her life that could result in her feeling a great amount of pressure, uncertainly and stress. Pia has a lot of things to think about and decisions were going to need to be made. It is typically not a good idea to make decisions when a person is experiencing stress because often times the right decision can be clear as mud. Pending decisions can be overwhelming and intervention approaches may appear to be slim to none. It would be your job as her clinician/counselor to assist Pia with sifting through uncertainties, stressful decisions and adjustments.
Pia is most likely dealing with thoughts of confusion, guilt, anger, embarrassment, dreams, goals and fear. All of these conflicting feelings can resemble a disassembled jigsaw puzzle thrown across the floor. It is in Pia’s best interest to try to reassemble the pieces of her life in order to gain clarity and direction.
Practitioner’s often use a tool when working with clients that help them assess specific troubles and plan interventions accordingly. This tool is called an “Ecomap”, and it is a pen and paper drawing of the client and their social environment. Many clients can benefit when working with the ecomap because it helps to break down the bigger picture into smaller, more manageable parts. Think of it this way … if you have to reach the top of a mountain, it can look very overwhelming when you are at the bottom looking up. But if you plan camps along the way then each point does not seem to be so overwhelming to reach. Before you know it, all points have been reached and you find yourself at the top of the mountain. Achieving each point or goal requires thought, preparation, clarity and direction.
Pia’s personal Ecomap would place her, the client, in the center of her Ecomap. She is the focus of her Ecomap, so she would be placed in the center circle. There would be several circles surrounding Pia’s larger circle, and each of these outer circles would serve as points, or topics to address. Each circle would require recognition, planning and goals to accomplish. Each circle would have indicating or connecting lines of attachment to Pia’s circle. These lines could represent stress, uncertain relationships, strong relationships, or weak relationships. For example, Pia is experiencing a great amount of stress with her parents. I would place Pia’s parents in a circle that is outside of Pia’s circle. I would draw a stress line, and a strong line that connected the two in order to represent their current relationship. I would also include a pregnancy circle, financial assessment circle, housing circle, boyfriend circle, education circle, welfare circle/food stamp circle, support circle etc.… Each circle would be determined by Pia, as well as the practitioner/counselor. However, it would be the counselor’s responsibility to point out areas of concern that this 19-year-old client may be overlooking.
After the drawing is complete, each circle would be discussed, and potential resources would be addressed.
In Critical Thinking Assignment 2, you are going to work with a family and use the Ecomap to assist the family. Please review pages 579 – 582 before beginning this assignment. Please note that Pia is not part of the CT 2 assignment. Pia’s case was used for example purposes only.
Your clients Ecomap should look very similar to the Ecomap that is displayed in Chapter 12, Figure 12.4. Also, your clients in this case consist of a family, and not just one person. When you are addressing a topic, the connecting line must go to the person that you are referring to, and not simply to the large circle in the middle. I need for you to be specific and clear. Remember, you are trying to keep this very understandable and clear for the client’s benefit.
Critical Thinking Assignment #2
ECOMAP Assignment
Instructions: Read the case scenario below and address the situation. Your entry will be evaluated for clarity, integration of information, and for evidence of proofreading. Read the instructions to the end before attempting to begin this assignment.
You do not need to put this assignment in APA formatting.
Case Scenario
You are a caseworker and you have just received a file with this family’s name on it. This family has needs collectively, as well as individually. As you will see, there is not a lot of initial information, however the information that you have been given is packed with concerns and possible needs.
Luis, 41, and Maria, 40 have immigrated to the US from Paraguay with their seven children and Luis’ parents. Luis and Maria have started a new business. Luis’ father has died, leaving a grieving elderly mother. Maria, who thought she was experiencing menopause, is actually pregnant and Luis has just found out that he has a progressive, debilitating disease.
Preparing
After reading the file, you must start preparing to meet with this family. You need to start thinking about needs the minute you get this folder. Let’s start there. Do they speak English? What should you do in case they do not? This should cue you to future needs as well. Think about the children. Who may need to know that the children will be enrolling in the school system (school counselor)? Who may need to realize the history of this family and that these children will have needs? (They have moved to a new country.) I wonder what services we could find to help keep the kids busy and interacting outside the home. What about grief? This entire family has gone through many changes. What do you think may be beneficial regarding these changes?
Maria is 40. Does being 40 and pregnant raise any red flags for you? She is caring for a grieving family, 7 children and her ill husband. I am wondering if any churches or any local volunteer services could help her. I wonder what type of healthcare/prenatal care she is receiving or if she realizes the importance of prenatal care. I wonder if she has insurance or if she will need to go to a clinic for care. What about Luis? The same attention needs to be placed on providing care for him as well.
This family is experiencing overwhelming changes. Sometimes when working with clients if they have a visual aid, such as an Ecomap, they can relate to the magnitude of change and they can relate to interventions better as well.
This assignment has two parts. You will complete both parts.
PART A
An Ecomap is really for you to use as a tool to help explain to clients what their relationships are to things (you will place these “things/topics” in outlying circles), and then you will use the key to display the relationship between the two.
Example: Maria is a solo circle within the big circle. She will need an outlying “healthcare” circle that has a connection line to her solo inner circle. She should have a thick line going between the circles to display a strong relationship, as well as a dashed line to display stress. Luis, who is represented as a solo square in the large middle circle, will have the same lines representing the relationship of a strong connection and stress to the healthcare circle, because he too will need healthcare. (She will need pre-natal care and he will need medical care for his debilitating disease).
PART B
Write Part B of this assignment with the intention of explaining your Ecomap to the client. This means you will need to address everything on your Ecomap with clarity and simplicity.
“The ecomap is a wonderful tool that practitioners use to assess specific troubles and plan interventions for the client. The ecomap is a drawing of the client/family in its social environment. An ecomap is usually drawn jointly by the social worker and the client. It helps both the worker and the client achieve a holistic or ecological view of the client’s family life and the nature of the family’s relationship with groups, associations, organizations, other families, and individuals.
The technique helps users (clients and practitioners), gain insight into clients’ problems and better sort out how to make constructive changes. The technique provides a “snapshot view” of important interactions at a particular point in time” (Pg. 579).
You are to have no less than 10 numbered circles on the ecomap. Each numbered circle will coincide with the same numbered paragraph in Part B. (10 topics = 10 paragraphs)
Part “A” of this assignment is the eco-map drawing.
Part “B” of this assignment are the explanation paragraphs that explain what the ecomap drawing means.
Circle # 1 on the Eco-map “Part A”, will be explained in paragraph #1 in part “Part B”.
Circle #2 on the Eco-map will be explained in paragraph #2 in “Part B”, and so on.
Your outer topic circle may be attached to more than one name inside the center circle. This is fine. This means that you will address each person that you have connected to the outer topic circle.
You will also be providing TWO resources for each person(s) and their topic that you are addressing. You will explain how the resources could be beneficial for the person.
You are to provide the name, address and phone number of each resource. You are to research the area where you live and provide resources from your area. If you need to research the next closest town then do so.
Do not provide a link as a resource. You must open the link that you wish to provide as a resource and provide the client with a name, address and a contact number for service. Do not expect this family to know how to navigate a computer.
If I were writing this assignment, I would start with Luis and address his needs, as well as my intentions as his caseworker. For example, I would make a list for myself and write down everything that is concerning to me regarding Luis. Do not submit your own list in this assignment.
Example of my concerns:
I know Luis has a progressive debilitating disease. (What assistance is needed?)
I know Luis has just started a new business. (What assistance is needed?)
I know his father has recently died. (The stress! The grief!)
I know his elderly mother is grieving, and this must be concerning Luis. (Stressful!)
I know his wife is pregnant. (The stress!)
You should be able to look at this short example and come up with more than one concern to place in an outer circle. Explain your concern and provide at least two resources for each concern in “Part B”.
I would move to Maria in this same manner and write my concerning notes, then the children, and then the Grandmother. Address everyone please. Their care is placed in your hands.
Key
Do not forget the “key” on your ecomap. Without the key, I will not know how to translate “relationship lines” in your diagram. You are to explain the relationship of the lines that extend to the outlying circles from the person in your inner circle. Ex: If you draw a stress line,
(—————-), explain why you feel that there is a stressful connection. Explain the stressors. You may also draw a thick line (______________), to display a strong relationship to a circle that already has another identifying line as well.
You may construct your own “key”, however, here are a few traditional symbols.
Triangles are often used to represent children.
Circles are often used to represent females.
Squares are often used to represent males.
An “X” on a representation indicates death.
Case Scenario and Instructions
Luis, 41, and Maria, 40 have immigrated to the US from Paraguay with their seven children and parents. Luis and Maria have started a new business. Luis’ father has died, leaving a grieving elderly mother. Maria, who thought she was experiencing menopause, is actually pregnant and Luis has just found out that he has a progressive, debilitating disease.
Draw an ecomap using the provided information. Ecomaps are discussed in Chapter 12. A word template for an ecomap is attached in Module 7.
Discuss each of the 10-outlying circles in depth in paragraph form.
You are to address each concern in section B, as well as possible resources regarding assistance for each concern that you place in an outlying circle. You must explain the relationship between the concern and the resource. Explain how the resource can potentially benefit the person(s). 2 resources per person/topic.
You may address the children in groups such as “older and younger”, or as “upper school, middle school, elementary school, preschool, and still at home”. This will enable you to address concerns and needs without being specific to individual children. However, individual needs may surface as you continue to work with this family.
Here is an example that you may use:
I would write in one outlying circle: ESL (English as a Second Language).
I would explain in paragraph form that I would assess if the family speaks English, and if they do not I would have at least two resources for them to select classes/instruction from. I would have a line from my outlying ESL circle to the family members. I would certainly try to locate free English classes as resources as well. (Explore what resources are available in your community and share the contact information.) I would also explain in my paragraph how not speaking English is a concern because it could create unnecessary barriers or boundaries for this family.
ECOMAP EXAMPLE
10 Topics = 10 CIRCLES (at least), must have a topic.
Relationship Key addressing each
10 Paragraphs of explanation
20 Resources (At least TWO per topic)
Resources: Explore your town, or the nearest town and find resources for each circle that you have presented as an area of concern.
Example: If you have placed “Healthcare” in an outer circle, and you have a line going to Maria, what are two names of places that you going to link Maria to for healthcare services?
Provide the name, address and phone numbers for each.
By providing at least two resources, you are empowering the client to make their own decision regarding care, rather than you making the decision for them. If you only supply one name, then they have only been linked to one resource.
Part “B” formatting example:
#1 –Healthcare = Maria
My paragraph of explanation of why healthcare is a concern. What is my plan of action? How do I plan to assist? What could I offer as a resource for assistance?
Resource 1– Name
Address
Phone number.
Resource 2 – Name
Address
phone number.
You need to know:
10 points deduction for every late day.
1 point deduction = Every 3 grammatical errors. (Contractions are grammatical errors.)
You may draw your eco-map if you prefer or use the one below. However, it must be clear in order for me to read it!
Part “B” must be typed.
This assignment is not written in APA formatting.

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Business Studies

This assignment will help you prepare for the Topic 4 Three Pillars and Future I

This assignment will help you prepare for the Topic 4 Three Pillars and Future Impact assignment. Review the directions in Topic 4 assignment for details.
For this assignment, you will need three peer-reviewed journal articles, one for each of the three pillars (servant leadership, ethics, and entrepreneurism) that may come from the References List assignment in Topic 2. Locate peer-reviewed journal articles that provide support for the Topic 4 assignment on the three pillars as they relate to the industry with which you are familiar. All references are required to have been published within the last 5 years and may not come from the topic Resources or Class Resources. In your annotated bibliography, include the following:
A brief description of the article.
Main ideas from the article.
How this source is relevant to your research paper.
Why the article is considered scholarly.
Reminder: This is an academic exercise that should not be written in first person.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA section of “Preparing Annotated Bibliographies,” located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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Computer Science

Write C code for a program that does the following: Create two character arrays.

Write C code for a program that does the following:
Create two character arrays. The first array will store the string “ECPI” and the second array should store the word “University” as letters in each element of the array
Create an output statement to display the words
Create two output statements passing the words through the string length (strlen()) function to count and display how many letters are in each word.

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English 101

ASSIGNMENT: Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on you

ASSIGNMENT: Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on your Touchstone 3.2 draft to enhance your writing. You will then submit a revision of your Touchstone 3.2 draft that reflects the evaluator’s feedback. Make sure to include a copy of your Touchstone 3.2 draft below the reflection questions for this unit.
As this assignment builds on Touchstone 3.2: Draft an Argumentative Research Essay, that Touchstone must be graded before you can submit your final research essay.
Sample Touchstone 4
In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.
A. Final Draft Guidelines
DIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until it meets these guidelines.
1. Editing and Revising
❒ Have you significantly revised the essay by adjusting areas like organization, focus, and clarity?
❒ Have you made comprehensive edits to word choice, sentence variety, and style?
❒ Have your edits and revisions addressed the feedback provided by your evaluator?
2. Cohesion and Source Integration
❒ Is the information presented in a logical order that is easy for the reader to follow?
❒ Have you included smooth transitions between sentences and paragraphs?
❒ Have you introduced your sources clearly and in a way that demonstrates their validity to the reader?
3. Conventions and Proofreading
❒ Have you double-checked for correct formatting, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization?
❒ Have you ensured that any quoted material is represented accurately?
4. Reflection
❒ Have you displayed a clear understanding of the revision process?
❒ Have you answered all reflection questions thoughtfully and included insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses?
❒ Are your answers included on a separate page below the composition?
B. Reflection Questions
DIRECTIONS: Below your assignment, include answers to all of the following reflection questions.
How much time did you spend revising your draft? What revision strategies did you use and which worked best for you? (2-3 sentences)
List three concrete revisions that you made and explain how you made them. What problem did you fix with each of these revisions? Issues may be unity, cohesion, rhetorical appeals, content, or any other areas on which you received constructive feedback. (4-5 sentences)
What did you learn about your writing process or yourself as a writer? How has your understanding of the research process changed as a result of taking this course? (2-3 sentences)
C. Rubric
D. Requirements
The following requirements must be met for your submission to be graded:
Composition must be 6-8 pages (approximately 1500-2000 words, not including your references or reflection question responses).
Double-space the composition and use one-inch margins.
Use a readable 12-point font.
All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
Composition must be original and written for this assignment.
Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition.
Submission must include your graded Touchstone 3 assignment.
Include all of the assignment components in a single file.
Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx.
E. Additional Resources
The following resources will be helpful to you as you work on this assignment:
Purdue Online Writing Lab’s APA Formatting and Style Guide
This site includes a comprehensive overview of APA style, as well as individual pages with guidelines for specific citation types.
Frequently Asked Questions About APA Style
This page on the official APA website addresses common questions related to APA formatting. The “References,” “Punctuation,” and “Grammar and Writing Style” sections will be the most useful to your work in this course.
APA Style: Quick Answers—References
This page on the official APA Style website provides numerous examples of reference list formatting for various source types.

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Business Studies

choose ONLY ONE of the topics below and share your thoughts. Please note that th

choose ONLY ONE of the topics below and share your thoughts. Please note that the platform we define here has to involve third parties, not in the loosely defined cases, e.g., a digital ‘platform’ used to house the company’s own products or just meant some ‘platform’ to help develop, launch or promote the company’s products.
1. Do a case study of a startup, whether it chose a platform or the traditional pipeline business. Analyze whether you would have made the same decision and why. Be specific about what factors will go into your decision, including any other factors than those mentioned above.
2. Do a case study of how a company used platform thinking to drive future growth by generating more revenue sources or improving current revenue generation. Some examples are Schneider Electric Exchange, MyJohnDeer, Disney Plus, Royal Philips launches HealthSuite, IKEA’s acquisition of TaskRabbit, Target Plus, Volkswagen We.
3. Discuss how you can use the ideas of platform thinking to help you grow your career or business, e.g., insights from the video you watched on how platforms change the rules of strategy from resource control to resource orchestration, from internal optimization to external interaction, from a focus on individual value to a focus on ecosystem value, and so on.
Use this article to understand how platforms have changed the rule of strategy, read the article Pipelines, Platforms, and the New Rules of Strategy(https://hbr.org/2016/04/pipelines-platforms-and-the-new-rules-of-strategy):
Note the key strategy mind shift in platform thinking:
1. From resource control to resource orchestration.
2. From internal optimization to external interaction.
3. Focus on ecosystem value creation.
More articles “attached” on how to use platform thinking to generate more growth:

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Communications

Subject Matter: Why are ACT (American College Testing) scores important for coll

Subject Matter: Why are ACT (American College Testing) scores important for college admission?
The article must contain the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY & HOW of the subject matter.
This is for a newspaper article not an essay, the source does not need a text citation in the story after each attribution or to be listed in a reference or works cited list. All quotes must be attributed. Include the name of the person speaking in the sentence and surround their exact words in quotations marks.
ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACT_(test)
https://www.collegeraptor.com/getting-in/articles/act-sat/why-is-the-actsat-so-

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Communications

In this paper, you will select a documentary from this link https://www.kanopy.c

In this paper, you will select a documentary from this link https://www.kanopy.com/en/colorado/search for school select (colorado boulder) if there are any issues let me know right away
Documentary name: the mask you live in
and after watching it (you may need to
watch it more than once), apply the concepts from the semester’s study. The objective is for you to demonstrate an understanding of the various topics we have discussed as they apply to historical and/or contemporary intercultural and co-cultural events and relationships. Topic, Purpose, and Content
 Select a documentary from the list in Canvas
o These will require that you create a Kanopy account through the CU
Library
 Include a thesis statement at the beginning of the paper…what is the overall take
away that you have after analyzing the documentary content through the lens of
intercultural communication concepts. You do not need a full traditional
“introduction.”
 Summarize the documentary in 150-250 words.
 Identity and explain an imperative that applies to the theme of the documentary.
 Select 6 concepts ( The 6 concepts are:
1. Identity (class,religion race)
2.non verbal codes and cultural space
3-popularculture and intercultural communication
4-culture, communication, and intercultural relationships
5- culture, communication and conflict
6-striving for engaged anf eddective intercultural communication
from the semester to apply to the content of the documentary
o For concepts think big picture not individual terms, more along sections of
chapters or chapter themes.
o Explain the concepts in turn
 Definitions of terms, concepts, vocabulary, etc. from the text should
be included in an appendix at the end of the paper.
 Include an APA formatted in-text citation for all definitions.
 Appendix is not included in the page count.
o Explain how the concepts help you to understand the topics addressed in
your chosen documentary
o Be sure to use specific examples from the documentary and sufficient
explanations to demonstrate understanding and utility of both the
concepts and the documentary
 No additional research is required but if it will help you to situate the content of
the documentary, you are welcome and encouraged to conduct and include such
research. It is better to get additional information to make sure your analysis is
accurate and grounded. Include an APA References page and appropriate in-text
citations for outside research.
 Conclude the paper with a “take away.” As a student of intercultural
communication, how can you extend your knowledge into the world?
Logistics/Format
 8-15 pages
 Typed, double spaced
 11-12 point serif font (Cambria, Times New Roman, etc. No Calibri or Arial…those
are sans serif fonts)
 1” margins
 Page # in upper right hand corner (.5” from right and top margin)
 Title at top of page 1…NO other information on the paper…not your name, not
my name, not the class…just the title of the paper on the first line of the first page
 Use of section headers are encouraged for clarity
rubric:
 100 points
o Thesis statement: 4 points
o Appendix: 4 points
o 6 concepts: 72 points (12 points per concept)
 Identification of concept
 Accurate application/analysis
 Sufficient support and explanation
o Writing clarity: 10 points

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Sociology

We have explored many areas of social life. Now is your opportunity to consider

We have explored many areas of social life. Now is your opportunity to consider one of sociology’s foundational questions: How do we create social change? How do YOU create social change?
Answer the following questions. Head for about 100 words per answer.
1) Thoughts on Williams’ Got Power, Johnson’s What Can We Do, and/or Kaufman’s Everyday Activists? What did you find inspiring? Interesting? Thoughtful? How can you apply any of their suggestions to your own interests in social change?
2) Spend 20-30 minutes looking through the Additional Items of Interest in this module (and maybe revisit some from the previous modules where there are other people/organizations working on social change.) Pick at least two (pick more (or all!) if you feel ambitious!. What interests you about the issue(s) they’re working on? How are they (whoever they are) trying to create social change and in what area of social life? Is the approach cultural or structural? (How do you know?) What type of social movement is it (according to Newman’s typology in Chapter 14)?
If you know a group or organization doing work that inspires you, feel free to include them in your responses, too.
3) This is your last discussion together. If we were in a classroom, we’d do a closing ritual. We’d stand in a circle. I’d toss a ball to the first person. They would a) tell us what, of the areas of social life we discussed this semester, they would like to change about our society and how they might go about doing that, b) share their main take away from the class and c) take a minute to say good bye. And then they would throw the ball to the second person… and so on. Imagine we’re in that circle. Now’s your chance… a, b and c….
https://www.everydaysociologyblog.com/2011/11/everyday-activists.html

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Tourism

Each student will be required to complete a final project. The project is combin

Each student will be required to complete a final project. The project is combining all aspects of the material learned and giving students the experience in completing the concepts required for event coordination, specifically for on site event operations.
You have been asked to complete a proposal for you to coordinate an employee holiday extravaganza event for the ABC Company employees and their families. The company has had a stellar year and they want to show their 1,000 employees their appreciation for all their hard work. ABC wants to ensure that their employees know that they are appreciated and want to thank them and their families for their service and dedication to helping the company grow.
This is an annual event that takes place on the 2nd Saturday of December and this year it falls on Saturday, December 10, 2022. However, the company has decided that since they have not been able to host the event for the last few years, they want to be sure to make this event very special and memorable to their employees.
Client Requirements:
Site: Any location that accommodates all the needs of the event in the Phoenix Metro area
Budget: $500,000
Expected attendance – 3,000
Family Friendly
Kids Zone – all ages
Food & Beverages (includes alcohol)
Entertainment
Holiday Gifts for all
Special accommodations for their 30 disabled employees
Your proposal must include the following elements:
Define the Event including its purpose, goals and objectives as well as the expected outcomes using the SMART analysis.
Determine what resources are needed for the event. Must include a brief paragraph on Time, Money, Personnel, Space and Vendors.
Preliminary cost estimates
A detailed timeline.
Draw a detailed site/floor plan for you event space (does not have to be to scale but needs to be sure to accommodate for all fire codes).
Provide catering menus – include special dietary options
A complete vendor list
Emergency Preparedness and Risk Assessments for at least 3 different threats
You are one of the finalists to get awarded the bid to coordinate the event. Since you are a finalist, you will need to present you’re concept and ideas to the board of ABC to win them over to your plan. You will have about 3 ½ minutes to convince them that you have the best ideas for their event. Consider this your sales pitch to convince them you have the best ideas and event plan. You do not need to give all details only the highlights of what makes your plan the best.
Also, I need this on the slides after 24 hours (You are one of the finalists to get awarded the bid to coordinate the event. Since you are a finalist, you will need to present you’re concept and ideas to the board of ABC to win them over to your plan. You will have about 2 minutes to convince them that you have the best ideas for their event. Consider this your sales pitch to convince them you have the best ideas and event plan. You do not need to give all details only the highlights of what makes your plan the best.
Feel free to share pictures, your site map, sketches, your color scheme. whatever will help your event stand out from the rest. You will be permitted to use the PowerPoint Projector in class, but you will need to bring it on a flash drive for easy portability on to the classroom computer.
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