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Reporting Your Accomplishments (for students)

Remember, you have the knowledge and the confidence.  You will succeed!!!

Check with the Youth Resources page to access calendars of events from organizations all over the state as well as media contacts. Do not hesitate to contact Michele, Academy, for help finding outreach opportunities! Check out the Educational Activity Values to see the subcategories of outreach and get ideas!

Educational Activity Values – Student

And don’t forget to keep track of your activities! Download the Outreach Activity Report Form.

Put Together Your Record Book

Materials: 3 ring binder and dividers for the different sections of outreach– a section for each category:

  • EDUCATION
  • SERVICE
  • MEDIA
  • CREATIVE ARTS

How to put it together:

  1. Record books should include a completed Activity Report Form.
  2. Each activity should have documentation through photographs, records (copies of articles or recordings of interviews)
  3. Be neat – it matters!

A few more tips

  • Be creative – use your imagination
  • Be accurate – Always get someone to sign your report form and report only the people you directly reached
  • Number your forms
  • HAVE FUN!
Send in Your Record Book

Early Bird Record Book Deadline – November 15
Students who submit their Early Bird Record Book will be invited to attend the The Wildlife Society Meeting, PA Chapter and take a tour of the PSU deer pens in the spring.

Final Record Book Deadline – April 1

Students who submit their Final Record Book will compete to become Assistant Team Leaders.

Send your record books to:

Michele Kittell
Academy Director
116 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837

*Record books will be returned by the Academy Director after being scored* Your record book will be graded based on the amount and types of outreach activities you were involved with as well as the quality of your record book, as outlined on the Educational Activity Values sheet (downloadable form above).

Rewards for outreach accomplishments
  1. Early Bird Record Book: to qualify for special achievement rewards, such as a hunting or wildlife trip, or tuition scholarships for other wildlife/outdoor programs you must submit a record book documenting your outreach achievements.  The deadline for submitting your Early Bird Special record book is November 15.  Your record book will be returned to you for continued work throughout the year and for you to resubmit for the April deadline to compete for assistant team leader position at camp (see below).
  2. Final Record Book Submission and Assistant Team Leader Selection:  Return to the following summer field school as an Assistant Team Leader!  These positions are awarded to the top four student who collected the most points for outreach activities conducted between the end of your field school experience and April 1st.  In order to qualify, you will need to complete and send in a record book as mentioned above.  The Assistant Team Leaders selected may be awarded college scholarships and will receive a tuition scholarship to return to the next field school and participate as an Assistant Team Leader.
  3. Apprentice Selection: Assistant Team Leaders can compete to be selected to return as an Apprentice for the next field school by submitting their record books. Apprentices assist Academy interns and coordinators with field school logistics and behind-the-scenes work. To compete for these positions you must submit a record book documenting your outreach activities. We ask a little more of former ATLs in their outreach activities, please refer to the Educational Activity Values sheet for ATLs.

Reporting your accomplishments is very important!  We have many organizations, foundations, businesses and individuals that support the Academy.  It is vital that we show them what you have accomplished.  The reports you send in and your record books allow us to give them feedback they deserve.  Your reports will help us to continue to operate the Academy and provide this unique learning experience to many other Pennsylvania youth!

 

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Michele Kittell, Executive Director
116 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837

email: mkittell@piceweb.org
phone: 570.245.8518

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The Wildlife Leadership Academy is a cooperative initiative of various state agencies and conservation organizations. It is coordinated and
administered by the Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.