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2 Z-HOPE  Zetas Helping Other People Excel Z-HOPE  Zetas Helping Other People Excel The National Service Program Soror Karen Gipson National Z-HOPE Director

3 Z-HOPE  Purpose: An interactive holistic multidimensional outreach program designed to enhance, cultivate and empower participants to develop health promoting lifestyle choices across the lifespan.

4 Z-HOPE  Is a train-the-trainer model that will facilitate age appropriate program implementation in the 500+ communities by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. chapter members and affiliates. Z-HOPE will be implemented across the United States and in selected International countries.

5 Z-HOPE  Chapters are encouraged to collaborate with existing community organizations and resources to provide optimal quality programs that provide maximum impact………………… Chapters are encouraged to collaborate with existing community organizations and resources to provide optimal quality programs that provide maximum impact………………… taking the programs to the people —> —> —>

6 Z-HOPE   Using a life span approach, the programs are designed for specific population groups. They are: » Women » Youth » Seniors » Men » International Women

7 Z-HOPE  Programs have been designed to address the whole person. All programs have been developed with a holistic 3- dimensional approach. Programs/Activities focus on the: » Mind » Body » Spirit

8 Building on the Legacy of Service" Z-HOPE 

9  Why Z-HOPE?  When one reviews the “State of Black America”, it is evident that there still is much work needed to eliminate the disparities. In spite of America’s technological advances, Black America continues to experience more preventable diseases and ills. There is no dispute that health (physical, mental, and spiritual) impacts one’s ability to work, live, love and just exist. Focusing the collective Zeta service efforts ‘upstream’ on increasing awareness and prevention, will surely either decrease occurrences or lessen their impact! POWER. Empowering people to become active partners in improving the quality of their life is our goal! Information and knowledge in an understandable manner is POWER. Z-HOPE’s uniqueness is that Zetas will take the programs/activities to the community- to existing groups rather than rely on people to come to us! Z-HOPE Z-HOPE promises to provide culturally appropriate activities in the communities we live to empower and promote HOPE (Helping Other People Excel). “Z-HOPE: Building on the Legacy of Service” Resources: The State of Black Health, 2002; Healthy People 2010; Institute of Medicine-Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care.

10 Z-HOPE  Z-HOPE  Objectives Objective Outcome Measure of Success 1.To provide culturally appropriate informational activities according to the Z-HOPE program format. At least 80% of the participating chapters will implement the required one Z-HOPE (women and seniors) At least 20 community persons (non-members) will attend each activity presented by participating chapters 2. To provide an equitable chapter recognition program for community services rendered At least 60% of the chapters will participate in the Z-HOPE Chapter Recognition program 3. To foster collaborative partnerships between community organizations with shared goals At least 50 % of participating chapters will partner with at least 3 community organizations to implement Z-HOPE elderly care programming 4. To provide a standard reporting format to concentrate efforts and demonstrate the organization’s impact. At least 50% of the participating chapters will submit program activities in the required format 5. To foster partnerships with locals schools in communities where Zeta has a presence. At least 50% of the participating chapters will adopt a local school to promote positive youth activities that will positively impact a child's spirit, mind and body

11 Z-HOPE Implementation Each chapter must implement an activity from Z-HOPE for Women and Senior with at least 20 non-members. Activity selection may be made from either of the following three dimensions: Mind Mind Body Body Spirit Spirit

12 Z-HOPE  Implementation Chapter Recognition/Awards If you want to earn “Premier Chapter Status” “Premier Chapter Status” EARN“Z-Points”

13 Z-HOPE Implementation Chapter Recognition/Awards Evaluation Criteria Competition will be within each chapter size category Competition will be within each chapter size category Only approved Z-HOPE activities are eligible for the competition are eligible for the competition

14 Z-HOPE Implementation Chapter Recognition/Awards Additional requirements Chapters are to implement activities from a selected Z-HOPE population category according to chapter size: Chapter SizeRequired # of additional Activities after required one activity for Women and Senior Up to 4 Members1 Activity 5-25 Members2 Activities 5-25 Members2 Activities Members4 Activities Over 50 Members6 Activities Each activity/program must have at least 20 non-members in attendance to be counted in the competition *Established in accordance with the formula for voting strength.

15 Z-HOPE  Implementation Evaluation Criteria Competition will be within each chapter size category Competition will be within each chapter size category Extra Points Possible may be selected Extra Points Possible:After successful completion of minimum chapter size category points, additional activities may be selected. *BONUS POINTS: long term program(6 months) Implementation of a long term program(6 months) Youth or Stork’s Nest or International = 50 points Youth or Stork’s Nest or International = 50 points. *Prior approval of State Director or designee is for bonus points is required.

16 Z-HOPE  Z-HOPE  Evaluation Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Z-HOPE {Zetas Helping Other People Excel} Directions: Your personal comments and suggestions will help make future sessions as meaningful as possible. Please answer the following statements by circling the response or filling in the response. 1.This workshop was helpful to me YesSomewhat No 2. The information was new to meYesSomewhat No 3. My expectations of the workshop were met.YesSomewhat No 4.The workshop met the objective(s).YesSomewhat No 5. Name the session you attended today _______________________________________ 6.I most enjoyed the section on__________________________________ 7. I least enjoyed the section on ___________________________________ 8.The physical facilities were conducive to learning YesSomewhat No 9.Effective teaching methods were used. YesSomewhat No

17 Z-HOPE  Z-HOPE  Evaluation Reports Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Z-HOPE {Zetas Helping Other People Excel} Chapter Reporting Form (summary of evaluations) Total Number in attendance________________________________ Total number of Evaluations__________________________________ 1.This workshop was helpful to me Yes____________ Somewhat____________ No______________ 2. The information was new to meYes_____________ Somewhat __________ No_______________ 3. My expectations of the workshop were met. Yes________ Somewhat _________ No ______________ 4.The workshop met the objective(s). Yes____________ Somewhat_____________ No ______________ 5. Name of the session attended _______________________________________ 6.I most enjoyed the section on__________________________________ 7. I least enjoyed the section on ___________________________________ 8.The physical facilities were conducive to learning Yes_____ Somewhat____ No____ 9.Effective teaching methods were used Yes______ Somewhat ____ No ____

18 Z-HOPE  Z-HOPE  Evaluation Reports Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Z-HOPE {Zetas Helping Other People Excel} 10.The presenter(s) were effective in presenting material. Yes ______Somewhat ____ No ____ If you answered “Somewhat” or “No’, what would you have preferred? __________________________________________________________________________ 11. Zeta (Graduate)_____ Zeta (Undergraduate)____ Zeta Auxillary: Amicae___Youth____Community Participant _________ 12. Age of attendees: Under age 12 years ___12-15 years _____16-18 years _____ years ______25-40 years______ years ______ years _______over 75 years_________ 13.Attendees were : female _______male___________ 14. Attendees were : Black(African American)___White(Caucasian)____ Hispanic or Latino ____Asian ______ American Indian ____Pacific Islander_____Other_________________ 13.Overall, rating of this workshop as Excellent ___ Satisfactory____ Poor _____ 14. Would attend another program sponsored by this group: Yes ____ No____ Undecided ___ 15. Was the program successful? 16. Comments (use back of sheet if you need more space):

19 Z-HOPE  Z-HOPE  Evaluation Reports 1)Chapters collect program evaluation forms from attendees. 2)Chapter designee competes the Evaluation Summary Form & send to State Z- HOPE Coordinator within 2 weeks of event. 3) State Coordinator compiles all chapter summaries in state/area. according to chapter categories –and send to Regional Z-HOPE Coordinator. 4) Regional Z-HOPE Coordinator compiles for the Region according to chapter categories-and send to National Z-HOPE Director. 5) National Z-HOPE Director makes a report to the National body of the top chapters/ auxiliary in each category for Boule.

20 Soror Karen Gipson National Z-HOPE Director C Thank you for your service t Z-HOPE Zetas Helping Other People Excel


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