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           MARVIN A SMITH, EXECUTIVE GROUP FACILITATOR, AND OTHER
                 SELECTEES WILL CONDUCT THE FOLLOWING SEMINARS:

                                             JANUARY
7th Values and Morality for Today's Living 14th Economic Preparation 2000 I
21 st Economic Preparation 2000 II
28th Dress for Success Corporate visit
Note: 1st oratorical presentation due January 19th

                                            FEBRUARY  
4th Political Pursuits I (local/national)  Political Pursuits II (international) 18th Trip to City Council Meeting
25th Black History Celebration
Note: 2nd book assignment due February 23rd

                                              MARCH      
4th Family Responsibilities I
11th Family Responsibilities II
18th Family Responsibilities Practicum 25th Family Affair (Family Visit)

                                               APRIL

1 st Career Choice I 8th Career Choice II 15th Guest Speaker
22nd Century Opportunities 29th Trip to Local Prison

                            SCHEDULED TRIPS AND PROGRAMS

1. Visit Lincoln University, Cheney University, Temple, or La Salle University
2. Visit Washington D.C. and the U.S. Congress
3. isit Harrisburg State Government
3. Visit New York and the United Nations

 

                                 SPORTING EVENTS

                         76ERS Basketball Game: (TBA) 2014

                                       February
                                         March

                         Philadelphia Philly’s Baseball ((TBA) 2014)

                                          May
                                          June                                          

In order to best ensure the safety, mental health, and general well-being of the African­American Children, and other Children and people, enrolled in the Dads United to Keep Our Children In School (DUKOCIS) Program, all Volunteers, Mentors, Tutors, Teachers, Coaches and other staff must secure the following credentials:

 

  1. A Child Abuse Clearance
  2. A Criminal Background Check
  3. 3. An FBI Fingerprinting

Special Notice: To All People Who Might Be Interested In Working With The Dads
              United to Keep Our Children In School (DUKOCIS) Program:

Any person determined to be violating the mental health, safety or general well-being of the African-American Children, or other Children and persons, enrolled in the Dads United to Keep Our Children In School (DUKOCIS) Program, or Children and persons
not enrolled in the program,
will be immediately terminated from the program, and if appropriate,                    
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.