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1 Latino Youth Summit 2014 in Review Based on work by: Bill Fishburn Kacie McPartland Ivan Rodriguez 1

2 Overview Summit overview Pre-survey data Post-survey data Budget data Recommendations Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 2

3 Summit Overview Twelfth Annual Summit and hosted by St. Martin’s University Registered 172 students, 25 parents, 14 educators from 18 schools across six counties – Reduced student registrations due to first-time ever Saturday program – Parent registrations due to first-time ever Parent workshops Three main parts to the day – Keynote speech, “Imagine Your Future” by Sandra Madrid, Special Assistant to the Vice President for Minority Affairs/Vice Provost for Diversity, University of Washington (with two guest co-speakers) – Students met with local employers and colleges during lunch – More than 12 student/parent workshops; CE credit workshops for educators A pre-survey was administered at registration to collect demographic data A post-survey was administered after the Summit to determine impact (results forthcoming) Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 3

4 Pre-Survey Data Summary Five counties represented with Grays Harbor providing the most (85) and Kitsap providing the fewest (1) Returning and first time participants* – Aberdeen notable for most first-time (40), most returning (18), most overall – Aberdeen notable for most distant – Shelton and Rochester notable for more than 50% returning participants Of concern – Most distant district had greatest number of attendees (58) – Three closest districts had fewer overall attendees than most distant *Per school participation details in Supplemental Information at end Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 4

5 Pre-Survey Data summary Grade distribution of participants was weighted slightly toward seniors with juniors having the fewest Demographics of participants – 60% female, 40% male – 98% self-identify as Hispanic, <1% as non- Hispanic, 1% chose to not identify – 24% of registrants were first-generation Latino; 13% were second generation 48% did not know what generation they were Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 5

6 Budget Data Expenses:$19,309 – Collateral (programs, posters, etc.)$539 – Facilities (audio visual, setup)$4,311 – Food (breakfasts, lunches)$4,313 – Give-aways (tshirts, bags, USB$4,253 drives, tablets) – Insurance for event$408 – Keynote (travel, speaking fees, gift)$1,580 Donations:$20,050 In-Kind Donations:$5,057 Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 6

7 Conclusions Look for ways to improve overall attendance Engage more closely with three local districts’ building administrations to improve attendance Evaluate workshop assessments for next year’s program Get and analyze post-Summit survey data and develop an action plan Summary of Latino Youth Summit Report: 2012 and a Ten-Year Look Back 7

8 Supplemental Data 8 Latino Youth Summit 2014 in Review

9 Registration by School SchoolFirst TimeReturningTotal Aberdeen High School Avanti High School101 Black Hills High School101 Capital High School202 Centralia High School336 CHOICE High School448 Hoquiam High School628 North Thurston High School235 Ocosta Junior/Senior High School9716 Olympia High School120 Rochester High School369 Shelton High School5712 South Bend High School606 South Sound High School112 Tenino High School213 Timberline High School718 WF West High School591 Yelm High School011 Latino Youth Summit 2014 in Review 9

10 10 Latino Youth Summit 2014 in Review ItemDonor Type Category2014 Amount2014 Comment2014 Purpose TabletsIntelIn-kindGive-aways$0.00Carry forward one Slate tablet from 2013 Event insuranceNAExpenseInsurance($357.35)Paid HRT Check #2645Event insurance NAExpenseInsurance($51.05)Additional insurance incurred due to SMU requirements. Paid WSECU.Event insurance, SMU rider Interpreter DevicesNAExpenseFacilities($330.65)Invoice Quote 2945Translation equip rental Keynote lodgingNAExpenseKeynote$0.00 Keynote lodging Name tagsNAExpenseSupplies($431.78)PCNameTags.com Quote PostersNAExpenseCollateral USB Thumb DrivesNAExpenseGive-aways($1,460.00)RelyMedia Invoice Student swag A/V UsageSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseFacilities($190.00) A/V UsageSt. Martin's UniversityIn-KindFacilities$ BreakfastNAExpenseFood Student Breakfast DonationForestry ServiceMonetarySponsor$0.00Did not donate 2014 DonationTOGETHER!MonetarySponsor$300.00Check #19007 DonationSara PeteMonetaryGive-aways$0.00 VISA giftcard fees Exhibitor Fees ReceivedTrinity Lutheran CollegeMonetaryExhibitor Exhibitor Fees ReceivedGrays Harbor Community CollegeMonetarySponsor$2,000.00Check # (apparently received in May) Exhibitor Fees ReceivedWashington State University -VancouverMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check #V Sponsor Fees ReceivedUniversity of Washington-TacomaMonetarySponsor$500.00Split $1000 sponsorship with UW-Seattle Exhibitor Fees ReceivedNorthwest UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check# Exhibitor Fees ReceivedWestern Washington UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check # Exhibitor Fees ReceivedArt Institute InternationalMonetaryExhibitor$0.00 Sponsor Fees ReceivedUniversity of Washington-SeattleMonetarySponsor$500.00Split $1000 sponsorship with UW-Tacoma Facility rentalsSt. Martin's UniversityIn-kindFacilities$3, Audio/Visual Services Facility rentalsSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseFacilities($3,790.00) GrantMuckleshoot Indian TribeMonetarySponsor Keynote stipendNAMonetaryKeynote$0.00 Keynote stipendNAExpenseKeynote($1,500.00)Speaker: Sandra Madrid. Paid via Check #2646. Asssume budget amount for future.Speaker fees Keynote travelNAExpenseKeynote($80.00)Paid via Check #2646Travel Limeberry FundraiserMiscellaneous donationMonetaryFundraising$0.00 Luis Urrea booksKathy Baros FriedtIn-KindGive-aways$0.00 Table giveaways LunchesNAExpenseFood($1,775.25)Invoice ME, paid to SMU 11/18/18 Conf # Lunches IntelExpenseFood($2,000.00)Invoice ME, paid to SMU 11/18/18 Conf # Lunches IntelMonetarySponsor$2, Meals ProgramsSt. Martin's UniversityIn-kindCollateral$ ProgramsSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseCollateral($539.00)Paid from Intercultural Initiatives budgeMarketing: Programs Security and ParkingSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseFacilities$0.00 Security and ParkingSt. Martin's UniversityIn-KindFacilities$0.00 Shopping style swag bagsSt. Martin's UniversityIn-KindGive-aways Shopping style swag bagsSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseGive-aways Purchased by SMU Admissions Sponsor Fees ReceivedSt. Martin's UniversityMonetarySponsor$2,500.00Check , dated 11/12/2014, deposited 11/14/2014 Sponsor Fees ReceivedEvergreen State CollegeMonetarySponsor$2,500.00Check Deposited Sponsor Fees ReceivedCentralia CollegeMonetarySponsor$2,500.00Check # Sponsor Fees ReceivedNorth Thurston Public SchoolsMonetarySponsor$2,500.00Check , dated 11/05/2014, deposited 11/14/2014 Sponsor Fees ReceivedCommunity Youth ServicesMonetarySponsor$0.00 Sponsor Fees ReceivedBernard Hodes GroupMonetarySponsor$0.00aka Home Depot Sponsor Fees ReceivedCommunity & Migrant Health CentersMonetarySponsor$500.00Check #10358 Tablet accessoriesIntelMonetaryGive-aways$0.00Donated 2013 one tablet that was not given away that year TattoosSelina and Alfredo GomezIn-KindGive-aways$0.00 T-shirtsNAExpenseGive-aways($2,363.68)Color Graphics Invoice Sponsor Fees ReceivedSouth Puget Sound Community CollegeMonetarySponsor$2,500.00Paid forward from 2013 VISA GiftcardsNAExpenseGive-aways$141.25Five $25 each in feesExhibitor table give-aways Volunteer DinnerSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseFood($480.00)Paid by SMU Admissions Volunteer DinnerSt. Martin's UniversityIn-KindFood$480.00Cheese pizza and salad provided by Bon Apetit Exhibitor Fees ReceivedEastern Washington UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$0.00Did not attend 2014 Exhibitor Fees ReceivedSeattle UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$0.00Did not attend 2014 Exhibitor Fees ReceivedBates Technical CollegeMonetaryExhibitor$0.00Did not attend 2014 Exhibitor Fees ReceivedUniversity of Puget SoundMonetaryExhibitor$0.00Did not attend 2014 Exhibitor Fees ReceivedClover Park Technical CollegeMonetaryExhibitor$0.00Did not attend 2014 Exhibitor Fees ReceivedCity UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check # Exhibitor Fees ReceivedGreen River Community CollegeMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check # Consultant FeesConsultant TravelExpenseConsultant($264.20)Delia Orosco's flight from Sacramento Consultant FeesCurriculum DevelopmentExpenseConsultant($3,350.00)One-time program development. Felix Branff & Delia OroscoProgram Exhibitor Fees ReceivedSkagit Valley CollegeMonetaryExhibitor$150.00PayPal Confirmation #83X31977UM756120B Exhibitor Fees ReceivedNational College of Natural MedicineMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check # Exhibitor Fees ReceivedWashington State UniversityMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check #V Sponsor Fees ReceivedCommunity Health Plan of WashingtonMonetarySponsor$1,000.00Check # Exhibitor Fees ReceivedBellarmine Preparatory SchoolMonetaryExhibitor$75.00Check # Student BreakfastsSelina and Alfredo GomezIn-KindFood$58.00 Student BreakfastsSelina and Alfredo GomezExpenseFood($58.00) Drawstring BagsSt. Martin's UniversityIn KindGive-aways$ Drawstring BagsSt. Martin's UniversityExpenseGive-aways($430.00)


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