New STAR Event Demonstration: Financial Planning. A note from national office…. *Workshop demonstrations are intended only as examples of the new events .
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*Workshop demonstrations are intended only as examples of the new events.
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These workshop demonstrations are intended only as examples of the new events. The presenters have bravely volunteered to prepare projects in a very short time period to give an idea of what the new events will entail. These demonstrations may not reflect the precise event rules. Please read the event rules carefully for specific information.
Financial Planning is an individual event that recognizes participants who apply skills to manage the costs of an event. An event is defined as any upcoming occasion that will bring changes and/or new experiences and accompanying financial challenges. Participants select an event, determine a budget, prepare a portfolio, and give an oral presentation.
Include, but are not limited to:
Junior -- grades 6-9
Senior – grades 10-12
Occupational – grades 10-12
* See STAR Events Manual glossary for detailed definitions of these terms
Though these elements are allowed, they are not provided.
One to two 8 ½” x 11” page(s) summarizing how each step of the Planning Process was used to plan and implement the project; use of the Planning Process may also be described in the oral presentation.
One to three pages containing a profile of the event; must include:
Three to twelve pages; must include evidence of comparison shopping for at least five goods and/or services
One to five pages using the provided chart format; must include-
One to two pages; must include-
Portfolio must be neat, legible, and professional and use correct grammar and spelling.
Each new event has Teaching Tips for Advisers with ideas of how to incorporate STAR Events into your classroom and lists how the event aligns with Career Clusters, FACS National Standards, 21st Century Skills, and others.