Sunday, June 4, 2017

June 27-July 20th. Volunteers needed for Future Leaders Program at Bowie State University. Homeland Security and Emergency Management






Capstone Objective: 

The Prince George’s County Youth Career Connect Program (PGC-YCCP) Homeland Security Capstone Challenge 2017, is designed to teach students how to respond to emergency situations that may occur in their own communities or schools.  The PGC-YCCP is for students attending Prince Georges County Public Schools Career Academies at Bladensburg (Biomedical Sciences), Fairmont Heights (Information Technology), Parkdale (Homeland Security) and Potomac (Homeland Security and Information Technology) High Schools. Students will work in teams to gain knowledge on emergency preparedness and response. Students will use knowledge gained from sessions to develop their own emergency plan for their community or school utilizing an emergency scenario provided during the program. 

During the Capstone Challenge finale, each team will present their solution to a panel of expert judges who will choose the winning team. The PGC-YCCP Homeland Capstone Challenge will run for four weeks beginning June 26, 2017- July 20, 2017 Mondays through Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the campus of Bowie State University.

Volunteer Request:

We are seeking subject matter experts (SMEs) in emergency preparedness and response to teach basic knowledge on how to respond to an emergency until help arrives. Students will need to learn basic community emergency response protocol and procedures to successfully complete capstone challenge. 

In addition, we are seeking SMEs to lead sessions on the following topic areas: 

Types of Disasters, Fire Safety, Disaster Operations, 

CERT Organization and Scenario Stimulation (see dates below).  

Last, we would like to invite SMEs to serve as judges during the Capstone Challenge Finale.


Subject Matter Sessions: (9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. or 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.)

June 27th:           Types of Disasters
           Need Two Speakers for each session, morning and afternoon session.
June 28th:           Fire Safety
           Hopefully P.G. Fire\EMS can handle these sessions(morning & afternoon)
July 3rd:               CERT Organization (Team roles/responsibilities)
           Need Two Speakers for each session, morning and afternoon session.
July 6th:               Disaster Operations
            Need Two Speakers for each session, morning and afternoon session
July 10th:             Scenario Stimulation
            This will probably be a table-top exercise (TTX), with possible functional exercise
             for exercise development.

July 20th:             FINALE (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)

Judges:
1.      Charles D. Sharp.  CEO BEMA International


Additional judges needed.  Call contact to get on list.


CONTACT:

Jasmine Logan 
Lead Program Coordinator
The Maryland Center at Bowie State University
                     jasmine3.logan@pgcps.org  


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