Cultural Technology Mentorship Class

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Lauren Addario
New Mexico Highlands University
Trolley Building



Spring Semester 2017

Thursdays 3:30 – 5:20 Location TBD weekly.

***January 16th MLK Day of Service*** Locations in Albuquerque and Las Vegas 10:00am-3:00pm Log your hours as service.

Week 1 January 19th class at NMHU MLK Event Create a 1-2 minute video with still photos. We’ll spend class working on a narrative and reflecting on MLK Day of service. Albuquerque, Santa Fe people, Google Hangout in.

Week 2 January 26th Introduction to project management & guest presentation on Google Hangout

Week 3 February 2 MOSCA visit Santa Fe, New AmeriCorps members joining class

Week 4 February 9 NMHM Segesser Hide Project, behind the scenes

Week 5 February 16 Kerry, communication presentation, class at NMHU

Week 6 February 23 Class in Museum Classroom- Discuss project management tools, pros and cons, are they helping you?

Week 7 February 28th ***Tuesday class *** NMCCV Day at the legislature 9:00am Round House Santa Fe

Week 8  March 7th ***Tuesday class *** individual meetings with Logan and Sam from NMCCV

Week 9  March 16th Ron Garcia, from Career Services. Mock interviews. Mid term – turn in self assessment papers on your project management skills and critique tools

Week 10  March 23-24th NMCCV Winter Service Summit in Albuquerque, March 25th Cesar Chavez Day at NHCC.

Week 11 March 30th NO CLASS since the Service Summit was during spring break

Week 12  April 6th Review self assessment of project management skills and tools

Week 13  April 13th Discussion, future plans and summer schedule, Google Hangout

Week 14  April 20th

Week 15  April 27th

Week 16  May 4th FINAL

Reflection papers due to me via email by 5:00 pm Friday, May 12th

Reflect on the following 4 topics:

1).  Describe the activities you’ve been doing as an AmeriCorps intern.
2). Discuss some of the obstacles or difficulties you’re facing (if any) in completing your ongoing projects.
3). Describe the successes and milestones you’ve reached as an AmeriCorps intern.
4). Discuss your expectations of the experience and compare them to what is actually happening. Is your AmeriCorps internship exceeding your expectations or is it falling short?