GCC Guam DECA09/30/2017Kathy Chargualaf09/30/2017409/30/20175014+9, 10, 11, 12Suitable for Persons with DisabilitiesNo Costs
GCC Guam DECA is working in collaboration with Bank of Guam to offer our island's teens Guam's first ever LIFE (Live*Imagine*Fulfill*Experience) Teen Expo on September 30, 2017 at the Agana Shopping Center from 10AM-5PM. We are taking over Agana Shopping Center....literally!
There will be many exciting interactive activites, resources, and FUN! This event brings thousands of our island's teens (public & private high schools) under one roof, providing them exposure to financial responsibility, college and career preparation, connect with military and non-profit organizations and various teen outreach programs. Teens will also enjoy a Fashion Show that will teach them how to dress/not dress for the workplace/job interviews.
In addiiton to the many resources avaialble, the teens will have opportunities to win exciting raffle prizes and receive coupons. There will be a LIVE Lip Dup Challenge where the best school performance wins $2,500. The school with the most participants to attend the LIFE Teen Expo will also win the School Spriit Award of $1,000.
To participate in the LIFE Teen Expo and receive a passport savings booklet, students must register at www.eventbrite.com. When students arrive at Agana Shopping Center, they must check in at the DECA registration booth where they receive the passport booklet. Students must get their passport booklet signed by a minimum of 6 exhibitors in order to show their teacher evidence of participating at the LIFE Teen Expo! Students should bring any form of identification to provide at the LIFE Teen Expo registration booth.
The objective of the LIFE Teen Expo is to enable our island's teens to gather together under one place and learn about the many opportunties and resources available to them to help plan their future. This exciting event also allows them to see that possibilities for the future can be limitless if pointed in the right direction. The LIFE Teen Expo is Guam's first ever.... created for teens by teens!
GDOE Curriculum Standards
Standard 3: Access Valid Information
Demonstrate the ability to access valid information, products, and services to enhance health.
HS.3.2 Utilize resources from home, school, and the community that provide valid health information.
Standard 4: Interpersonal Communication
Demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.
Utilize skills for communicating effectively with family, peers, and others to enhance health.
Standard 8: Health Advocacy
Demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health.
Employ life skills that promote healthy, productive, and functional lives.
Standard 6: Listening and Speaking Skills and Strategies
Students listen critically and adjust their use of spoken language to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences for different
Deliver expository (explaining cause/effect or comparison) presentations that:
• Convey information and ideas from primary and secondary sources accurately and coherently.
Students must register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/life-teen-expo-2017-tickets-37526890941?aff=eac2
- Registers you to our RAFFLES throughout the day
- Passport to Savings with redeemable COUPONS
- Your registration counts towards our SPIRIT AWARD totals to be awarded to the school with the most participants
- Access to the center court ACTIVITES on the 1st floor and into the expo hall on the 2nd floor
- Watch LIVE entertainment and our "Dress for Success" FASHION SHOW
- Fulfill your experience by interacting with our various vendors, exhibitors, and partners.
Event is FREE. High school students are highly encouraged to register in order to receive a passport booklet and be counted towards the school's Spirit Award Challenge. For more information, go to @lifeteenexpoGU on facebook, twitter, youtube, or instagram.
In order to earn service learning hours, students must get passport completed, share the information to other students, and submit a reflection to a teacher. The reflection should address: What did you do? What life skills did you learn? What was the service (sharing with others)? Do you think you helped them? How do you know?
Issue AreaLife Skills
Agency DescriptionSecondary Marketing Students in Guam's Public High Schools
Comments about the Project Location
Agana Shopping Center; Booths will be throughout 1st floor and Expo Hall
Education, Health Services, Safety (such as Disaster Service), Social Welfare
Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Business, Consumer and Family Science, English, Math, Language Arts, JROTC, Psychology , Sociology
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