Committee Toolkit

Committee Member's Collaboration Section:
Minutes of Meetings

This section provides resources that committee members share with each other.  Shared resources can be found alphabetically by first name of committee member who submitted the information.

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  • Ken Horowitz resources:



  • Marion Zajac resources:
  1. Need a Job? Invent It NY Times Article by Thomas L. Friedman[]
  2. Charles Leadbeater:  The era of Open innovation
  3. 8 Things You Can Do to Be Taken Seriously as a Young Entrepreneur
  4. Helping Adult Learners Navigate Community College and the Labor Market,



  • Maryanne Evanko resources:
  1. Financial Education hands-on Workshop held on April 11, 2013
  2. Ways Teachers Can Bring 21st Century Skills Into High Schools

  3. Roundtable: Infrastructure, teacher training key to improving technology in classrooms - The Washington Post

  4. ASDC Webinars Common Core resources



  • Nicol Nicola's resources:
  1. 60 Minutes - Charlie Rose interviews David Kelley on Design Thinking:
  2. The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce is hosting Lori Fabian, President of Fabian Consulting, Inc., to discuss how to assess and garner grant money on August 7th from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at Trenton Country Club, to learn more and register, please click on this link:


    If you are interested to sponsor the event, please contact Liz Tindall at or 609-689-9960 x11



  • Robyn Kay's Resources:


  1. - This is a link to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which offers classes that deal with developing entrepreneurship courses.  MIT is all about making discoveries and inventions and then applying these discoveries and inventions to solve real problems.
  2. - “Introducing Students to the World of Invention “ This is a link to InvenTeams and offers an unparalleled opportunity for high school students to cultivate their creativity and experience invention.  In addition, the students rely on inquiry and hands-on problem solving as they apply lessons from science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to develop invention prototypes.




  •  Wanda Saez resources:

Here are some of the sites that were recommended to me by our investment group. Some of these involve a subscription service, however, they do provide some free information that should be enough to help the students.








Dual Advisory Committee Minutes:

Finance Committee Minutes:



















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