We have a SEAC group that is currently forming at a nearby technical school. We are also in communication with other students/teachers who are interested in the vents that we hold. We are also working to create a virtual toolkit of activities and guidance for others to take to their schools and we will advertise this when completed. With covid, we have made a transition to virtual experiences. For our last major event, we made videos, held virtual zoom events, and created a website with activities for students. For our event coming up, we are planning both in person and virtual options and are ready to switch back to just virtual if necessary. We also have a virtual option for all of our meetings and those that attend in person meetings follow covid protocols. This also allows us to widen our group so students who are not at our school can attend the meetings and gives me the ability to lead meetings when away at college.
Thanks for your response! The technical school in our county is now forming a SEAC group. Students from our original club who now go to this school found interested teachers and students and are expanding to this school. We have also heard from and are working with other students/teachers from additional schools who have heard about our events.
Thanks for your feedback! In the past, our club has raised funds through selling shirts, as well as by hosting donation events. We have held district-wide "hat days" where we raise funds by allowing students to wear a hat at school if they donate. These events have been successful. Our group volunteered time for a community outreach event through a school organization, and in return for running a booth we were monetarily compensated. We have plans to hold more events and fundraisers, and we also had a plan to do paid presentations for a local group, but we didn't end up doing them because of the pandemic. We also apply for grants.