TO: EVOC 502 Dr. Scarcella
FROM: Victor E. Dike
DATE: March 5, 2005
RE: 502, WA5, Dike

The purpose of EVOC 502 WA5 was to prepare a proposal for a public relations event in support of the course I teach in Basic Computer Networking. The following six criteria were specified:
  1. Comply with all of the General Criteria for Written Assignments.
  2. Develop a plan a particular EVENT or ACTIVITY that will promote good public relations for a particular existing course or program and indicate why that event or activity is likely to have good public relations value.
  3. Format the plan as a proposal and address the proposal to a school administrator who would be in a position to approve and support it. Indicate why the event will be beneficial to the school.
  4. Provide an estimate of how much money the event will cost and related information about what type of support will be required (facilities, materials, staff time, etc.).
  5. Include a timeline that specifies information about WHAT needs to be done, WHEN it needs to be done and WHO will do it.
  6. List and briefly describe at least one good resource from which further information about planning public relations events can be obtained.


The following sources of information were used relative to this assignment:
  1. Dike, Victor E.- From my own professional experience.
  2. Grant Joint Union Adult/Vocational Education Department

I believe that the attached floor plan meets all six of above listed criteria and respectfully request full credit: one point for meeting each of the above listed criteria.

TO: Mr. Billy Jones, Principal
Grant High School

FROM: Victor E. Dike,
Basic Computer Networking Instructor

DATE: March 7, 2005

RE: Event Proposal for Networking Technology Display and Demonstration

The students in the Computer Networking 101 course would like to present a half-day display and demonstration of computer networking technologies at the Sacramento Convention Center on Saturday, June 04, 2005. This occasion will be an excellent opportunity for people in the community to see an actual display and demonstration of Computer Networking technologies.
A bus will be needed to transport the students to and from the center (total cost of $200). And two faculty members will accompany them ($30/hr each for 4 hours minimum, as per union contract, for a total cost of $240).
* March 07, 2005 - Request submitted to principal.
* March 15, 2005 - Request approved or denied. If approved:
* March 17, 2005 - Meeting to plan for event – Dike & students
* March 20, 2005 - Contact Center Manager to confirm date - Dike
* March 20, 2005 - Contact buss company to confirm bus - Dike
* March 25, 2005 - Meeting to plan for event – Dike & students
* April 17, 2005 - First rehearsal for event – Dike & students
* April 27, 2005 - Second rehearsal for event – Dike & students
* May 10, 2005 - Third rehearsal for event – Dike & students
* May 15, 2005 - Fourth rehearsal for event – Dike & students
* June 04, 2006 - Meet at bus depot at 5 AM – Dike & students
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