PROJECT: NO BULL FAQs
What is the main message from Jarrett in his presentation to students?
Passion – “What motivates you; what drives you?”
Anti-bullying – “We’re more similar than we are different.”
Respect – “Treat others the way you want to be treated.”
Community Involvement – “Let’s leave the world a better place than we found it.”
Take advantage of opportunities when presented, no regrets – “Be great.”
What grade level does the program target?
The programming and messaging is geared toward targeting middle school students. Jarrett does speak at elementary schools and high schools as well, as his schedule permits.
How many presentations will Jarrett do at each engagement? What does he need?
For scheduling purposes, it’s preferred to have one presentation with the entire student body the school chooses to attend. If the school does not have accommodations for an all-school assembly, we can work to accommodate on a case-by-case basis as schedules permit.
Jarrett does not need a podium. His delivery is a speaking only engagement and he will simply need a microphone. A lapel mic is often times better if it can be accommodated.
How long is each presentation?
Each school visit typically consists of 25-40 minutes for Jarrett speaking, followed by 5-15 minutes of questions and dialogue. If the school allows, an additional 10-15 minutes can be allocated for pictures and autographs. Some schools choose to take a group picture, depending on the size of attendees.
Typically younger students presentations are shorter in time.
Due to scheduling for the 2017-2018 school year, Jarrett will only be speaking at schools on Tuesdays and in the morning hours, typically scheduling for a start time at 9 A.M..
How much does it cost for Jarrett to visit our school?
The cost for a school visit is a minimum $250 donation to JPF. A check can be made payable to The Jarrett Payton Foundation. This is subject to change at any time but will be communicated to a school prior to scheduling.