Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Blog!

Although I believe any time during the year is a good time to reflect and set goals, I feel it is especially important when a new year begins.

2018 was a wonderful year for Project Stella Resources.  Although it was an idea I’ve played around with since 2014, I finally got serious in June 2018 when I discovered Rachel Ngom and She’s Making an Impact.  I started a Blog, learned how to use Pinterest to reach my audience, created an online course based on my Service Project Coordinator Workbook, and introduced the Schools that R.O.C.K. program.

I know 2019 will be the year that I really take massive action and grow Project Stella Resources beyond what I can currently imagine.  And, since I know that accountability happens when you share your goals, I have listed my top 8 goals for Project Stella Resources in 2019 below.

New here? I also have the following blog posts to help you plan events that engage youth with less stress.

Tips to Help Youth Lead Volunteer Service Projects

4 Ways to Fund your Service Project for Youth Volunteers

Easy Holiday Service Projects for Families

If you want more tips and step-by-step guides to planning events and sprograms, check out my Insider’s Online Vault.

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Project Stella Goal #2 – Have 100 Schools part of the Schools that R.O.C.K program

 

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Project Stella Goal #3 – Connect with 10,000 Families through email list and Facebook group

 

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Project Stella Goal #4 – Host 52 episodes of the Project Stella Podcast

 

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Project Stella Goal #5 – Contribute knowledge to over 100 articles/blogs/podcasts

 

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Project Stella Goal #6 – Schedule 10 stops for a Book Tour

 

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Project Stella Goal #7 – Visit 12 schools to talk about Let’s R.O.C.K. and the Schools that R.O.C.K program

 

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Project Stella Goal #8 – Apply to speak at a TEDx Talk

 

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Hi! I’m Kim.

I’m a wife, mom, and educator. 

 

I’ve worked in higher education for over 18 years and love planning events that engage students in fun, hands on experiences.  

Different events I have planned are Cultural Fairs, Science Fairs, Large Scale Fundraisers, School Performances, Parent Involvement Opportunities, Concerts, Speakers, Leadership Conferences, and so much more!

My strength is in the logistics and I plan for fun.  I am now using my strengths to help others take the stress out of event planning to have quality programs for youth of all ages.

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