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1 School Partnership Coordinator Orientation – Part 2 Classroom and Community Connections Program - C3 Buncombe County Schools Classroom and Community Connections Program - C3 Buncombe County Schools

2 Develop a Recruitment Plan / Prioritize Needs / Match needs to current resources / Gap Analysis / Where are we? / Where do we want to be? / Good, Average, Poor / Identifies room for improvement / Unmet needs are the basis of recruitment / Prioritize Needs / Match needs to current resources / Gap Analysis / Where are we? / Where do we want to be? / Good, Average, Poor / Identifies room for improvement / Unmet needs are the basis of recruitment

3 Build a Case of Support / What are you looking for? / How will it support your School Improvement Goals? / What compelling need is their involvement fulfilling? / What are the school demographics? / What do similar businesses do? / How can the partner assist? / Whats in it for them? / Who else is involved? / Gather marketing materials that can be left behind / Develop a list of potential partners and look for personal links to that organization / What are you looking for? / How will it support your School Improvement Goals? / What compelling need is their involvement fulfilling? / What are the school demographics? / What do similar businesses do? / How can the partner assist? / Whats in it for them? / Who else is involved? / Gather marketing materials that can be left behind / Develop a list of potential partners and look for personal links to that organization

4 Recruit / Develop a plan of where and how to look for new partners / Conduct targeted recruitment / Recruit for the jobs you have / Research potential companies / Look for a link / Know WIIFM / Have a positive attitude / Network, Network, Network / Develop a plan of where and how to look for new partners / Conduct targeted recruitment / Recruit for the jobs you have / Research potential companies / Look for a link / Know WIIFM / Have a positive attitude / Network, Network, Network

5 Ladder of Effectiveness / In person, face to face / Personal Letter (on personal stationary) / With telephone follow-up / Without telephone follow-up / Personal Call / With letter follow-up / Without letter follow-up / Personalized letter via / Impersonal letter via / Event / Cold Call / Media / Advertising / PR / In person, face to face / Personal Letter (on personal stationary) / With telephone follow-up / Without telephone follow-up / Personal Call / With letter follow-up / Without letter follow-up / Personalized letter via / Impersonal letter via / Event / Cold Call / Media / Advertising / PR

6 What to Expect / Be prepared to represent your school and District and answer questions! / Why do schools need community involvement? / Why do you need to provide students with incentives? / Dont my taxes pay for what you need? / Be prepared to represent your school and District and answer questions! / Why do schools need community involvement? / Why do you need to provide students with incentives? / Dont my taxes pay for what you need?

7 The Close / The hardest part of any recruitment meeting is Making the Sale

8 Follow-up / Proper etiquette (and good business) requires schools to follow-up

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10 Develop a Partnership Plan / Partner Resource Assessment / Evaluate past activities / Effectiveness and satisfaction / Match needs to resources / Develop a written plan - be creative / Recruit volunteers / Partner Resource Assessment / Evaluate past activities / Effectiveness and satisfaction / Match needs to resources / Develop a written plan - be creative / Recruit volunteers

11 Partner Orientation / CEO / General Manager / Staff representative / Community Partner Contact / CEO / General Manager / Staff representative / Community Partner Contact

12 Volunteer Orientation / Training / Volunteer Orientation / Overview / Demographics / Goals / General Workplace Information / Volunteer Rights and Responsibilities / Specific Job Training / Training / Volunteer Orientation / Overview / Demographics / Goals / General Workplace Information / Volunteer Rights and Responsibilities / Specific Job Training

13 / Recognition is the art of informing partners and volunteer that you value their contribution / Retention is the art of keeping partners involved by encouraging their annual reenlistment / Recognition is the art of informing partners and volunteer that you value their contribution / Retention is the art of keeping partners involved by encouraging their annual reenlistment Recognition and Retention

14 Its easier to keep the partners and volunteers you have than to continually recruit new partners

15 Dealing with Difficult People / How to say no / Saying good bye / And other difficult conversations / How to say no / Saying good bye / And other difficult conversations

16 Review of Recording Instrument / Review the paperwork developed by your school / Review paperwork required by district. / Review the paperwork developed by your school / Review paperwork required by district.

17 Evaluation / Formal or Informal / Relationship evaluation / Activities evaluation / Volunteer Evaluation / Formal or Informal / Relationship evaluation / Activities evaluation / Volunteer Evaluation

18 Repeat

19 Contact Information Amanda Eller Community Relations Coordinator Buncombe County Schools


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