• Fall 2013 San Miguel Program Goals

  • Admin08/27/2013
  • Fall 2013 Semester: San Miguel Programs

    Semester Goals:

    1. To turn ideas into action. Finishing the year with the same goal I started with: following through, seeing projects through from start to finish, making the impossible possible.
    2. To listen. Working in San Miguel, whether on Community Outreach, Education, or Health & Wellness projects, you are working with people who have their own perspectives, backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and dreams. Listen more- it will let you learn more, which gives you the ability to do more, and do better.
    3. To grow. To increase the quality of education in our programs, to increase the quality of our projects, and to expand personal and professional skill sets for both the students and myself.


    • Communication
    • Organization
    • Follow-through
    • Work Ethic
    • Positivity

    San Miguel Director-Lead Projects

    1. Continued ESL classes in San Miguel, Carriazo, and Juan Gill Primary schools
      • San Miguel: 4K/K, 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th,6th
      • Carriazo: 1st/2nd/6th, 3rd/4th/5th
      • Juan Gill: 4K/K, 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th
    2. Afterschool program expansion to Carriazo and Juan Gill
      1. Programs in San Miguel
        • Futbol & Deportes
        • Arbol de la Vida & Arte
        • Book Club
      2. Programs in Juan Gill
        • Arte
        • Futbol
      3. Programs in Carriazo
        • Arte
        • Futbol
    3. Adult ESL classes
      • Continuation in La Mesa and San Miguel
      • Possible expansion to Juan Gill and/or Carriazo
    4. Further study of Health Care in San Miguel
      • Work on AAA presentation and journal article
    5. Community Wellness Initiatives

    Possible Student Projects

    1. Aura’s Refresqueria
    • Financing for the project
    • Construction and building
    • Development of products
    • Marketing and opening!

    2.      Casa Llena Garden

    • Increased food production
    • Upkeep of work done by Brenda

    3.      San Miguel Library Kids Garden

    4.      Women’s Exercise Classes