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NC Board of Education provides an overview of the requirements for the Graduation Project, examples of forms used to document the student's progress, standards for evaluating the students and videos illustrating the different components to the project.

Job Shadowing and Volunteering

Here are several nonprofit directories and links to local organizations:

Greensboro Beautiful

High Point Museum

United Way of Greater High Point

Volunteer Center of Greensboro

Youth Unlimited

Guides to Using PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint Basics (2010 ed.)

PowerPoint in the Classroom

Quick Guides to the MLA Citation Format

Cornell University: Using MLA Style to Cite and Document Sources

Monroe Community College: Modern Language Association (MLA) Style

Researching Your Graduation Project

Greensboro Public Library has good print and online resources to help you research your graduation project. For a guide to our electronic resources, visit our Databases Directory. You will need your library card to access these services. To search our books and videos on your subject, try searching our online catalog.

For more help researching your Senior Project, contact Greensboro Public Library's Information Services Desk:

Phone: 336-335-5430
E-mail or chat with a Librarian

Or contact:
    
Robbie Owens, Reference Librarian
    Phone: 336-373-4552
    E-mail

Last updated: 6/10/2014 12:07:12 PM