We have identified and evaluated the existing programs in your community based on the 40 Developmental Assets model and brainstormed ways that you can use that model to create or support the existing programs within your local school and/or community. Using reflection and analysis, you identified a specific initiative that meets an identified need in your community and has the potential to be immediately incorporated into your instructional setting or community. Your Final Project is composed of three different categories that will be submitted as a complete unit. These categories include: Designing a multimedia presentation or slideshow created in a program of your choice (PowerPoint, Google Presentation, Prezi, etc.). The presentation will illustrate the initiative for students, parents, and/or community. Designing visual resources and handouts that illustrate your initiative and contribute to the presentation. Writing an eight- to twelve- page paper that outlines your processes and that can be used to introduce and support your initiative. Your multimedia presentation or slideshow can be created in a format of your choice (Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Presentation, Prezi, etc.) and should last between 5 and 15 minutes when presented orally. Your presentation should include, but not be limited to: A definition of the purpose of your initiative, vision, and mission. A brief overview that illustrates the 40 Developmental Assets. A graphic that diagrams your community based on researched data. An illustration of how your initiative will support or create a positive environment and/or enhance an existing program or practice using proven methods with and for young people. A reference slide citing all sources using APA format.