Assessment Form for Youth Center

Assessment Form for Youth Center

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Final Survey
  • MACCS/UCREW Final Assessment

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  • What is the highest level of education of your parents, step-parents, or guardians?

  • How would you describe your level of community involvement?

  • Do any of the social media groups you belong to take stands for or against a specific political/social cause or issue?

  • Directions: Read each statement and, from the "After participating in this program" menu, select the option that best describes you at the present time. Next, think back to BEFORE your time in the program and select an option from the "Prior to enrollment in this program" menu and select the option that best described you.

  • In order for problems to be solved, we need to change public policy.

  • We need to institute reforms within the current system to change our communities.

  • We need to change people's attitudes in order to solve social problems.

  • It is important that equal opportunity be available to all people.

  • Having an impact on the world is within reach of most individuals.

  • Most misfortunes that occur to people are frequently the result of circumstances beyond their control.

  • People, regardless of whether they have been successful or not, ought to help those in need.

  • People, regardless of whether they have been successful or not, ought to help those in need.

  • Cultural diversity within a group makes the group more interesting and effective.

  • It is hard to get me genuinely interested in what is going on in the community.

  • I contribute to my community without expecting anything in return.

  • Meaningful public service is very important to me.

  • I would prefer seeing public officials do what is best for the WHOLE community even if it harmed my own interests.

  • I consider public service my duty.

  • If I could change one thing about society, it would be achieve greater social justice.

  • I tend to make certain assumptions about how homeless people got to where they are.

  • I feel that I can make a difference in the world.

  • If I choose to participate in community service in the future, I will be able to make a meaningful contribution.

  • In the future, I will be able to find community service opportunities which are relevant to my interests and needs.

  • I am confident that, through community service, I can make a difference in my community.

  • I am confident that I can help individuals in need by participating in community service activities.

  • I am confident that, in future community service activities, I will be able to interact with relevant professionals in ways that are meaningful and effective.

  • I am confident that, through community service, I can help in promoting equal opportunity for citizens.

  • Through community service, I can apply knowledge in ways that solve "real-life" problems.

  • By participating in community service, I can help people to help themselves.

  • I am confident that I will effectively participate in community service activities in the future.

  • I am interested in seeking information about local or national issues.

  • I prefer the company of people who are very similar to me in background and expressions.

  • I find it difficult to relate to people from a different race or culture.

  • I enjoy meeting people who come from backgrounds very different from my own.

  • I don't spend much time with people outside my immediate circle of friends.

  • I actively seek out and maintain relationships with individuals very different from me.

  • I have a strong attachment to my community.

  • I often discuss and think about how larger political and social issues affect my community.

  • I am aware of what can be done to meet the important needs in my community.

  • I feel I have the ability to make a difference in my community.

  • I try to find the time or a way to make a positive difference in my community.

  • How often do you:

  • Read a newspaper?

  • Watch the news on TV?

  • Read the news on-line?

  • Listen to the news on the radio?

  • Read blogs on the Internet that deal with political or social justice issues?

  • Discuss politics or social issues with friends?

  • Talk with your parents about political or social issues?

  • Please select how important the following are to you personally:

  • Working toward equal opportunity for all U.S. citizens.

  • Becoming involved in a program to improve my community.

  • Volunteering my time helping people in need.

  • Finding a career that provides the opportunity to be helpful to others or useful to society.

  • UCREW STUDENTS ONLY:

  • I am a good problem solver.

  • I am confident in my ability to think critically.

  • I am a good decision-maker.

  • I know a lot about owning a business.

  • I have a good understanding of social enterprise.

  • I have a good understanding of how to conduct market research.

  • I have strong entrepreneurial skills.

  • I would love to start my own business, but I have no idea where to start.

  • I know what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.

  • I can identify sources for successful product ideas.

  • Should be Empty: