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Self-Esteem Inventory Survey Report Summer Pilot Program 2018


This report is based on 16 participants, 3 Male and 13 Female.


PSC Kids are expected to participate in all Self-Esteem building and Musical Theater activities, and must remain in the 4-week          summer workshop (9 am to 1 PM) and are required to take a "Self Esteem Inventory" (SEI) survey in the 1st and 4th week of            the workshop.


PROGRESS: All 16 participants remained in the 4-week summer workshop (9 am to 1PM). All took 2 “Self Esteem Inventory”            (SEI) surveys.

All participants are required to take a SEI survey at the beginning of the workshop to establish a baseline SEI score. Upon                completion of the workshop a secondary SEI survey is administered. Final SEI scores are then compared to baseline                        scores to track improvement in the area of self-esteem.

SEI Survey Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (2005).                Violence-Related Attitudes, Behaviors and influences Among Youths; A Compendium of Assessment Tools, 2nd ed. Atlanta,              GA: Dahlberg LL. Toal SB, Swahn M. Behrens CB. Electronic version available: http//

PROGRESS: In the first week 3 of the 16 participants (1 male 2 female) scored below average (1% - 49%) on the self-esteem          survey; 9 of the 16 participants (1 male 8 female) scored average (50% - 79%); 4 of the 16 participants (1 male 3 female)

scored above average (80% to 100%).

In the last week all 16 Participants (3 male 13 female) scored above average showing significant improvement in their

self-esteem. See result chart below. .


Upon graduating high school, those who remain in the program will receive between $3,000 and $5,000 in scholarship funds.            Participants must remain in the program through graduation.

All 16 participants have signed up to continue the program through graduating high school.


Following is a chart on the surveys taken during the first week and the last week of the workshop. Significant improvement

was made in the areas of self-worth and self-confidence, resulting in higher self-esteem, in all 16 participants.

Summary: 16 Participants (3 male 13 female) scored above average in the 4th week of the workshop and showed a significant          improvement in their self-esteem. The 16 participants qualified and signed up to continue the program through graduating high          school.

All in this photograph are continuing participation at the monthly PSC Workshops. Three (3) of our PSC Kids above will be                receiving between $3,000 and $5,000 scholarships upon high school graduation in the 2019/2020 school year. These monies            are to be used for continuing education, whether collegiate or vocational. This meets the PSC goal, “To ensure youths graduate        high school and are prepared to continue their education, whether degreed or vocational, toward a career which will support              them for life.”

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