Through an on-line process, students keep a formal record of their specific efforts as they engage in Real World Action Program activities and programs. Students’ activities are documented in an electronic record, many of them automatically, through the use of students’ ID cards and a card-swipe system.
Students may also log into the Real World Action Program database and manually enter a description of an activity that may fulfill Real World Action Program criteria.
In March, students who have been actively engaged in the Real World Action Program are asked to submit a portfolio of their experiences. Students will be selected for special recognition based on their portfolio submission.