Haley's Senior Project Portfolio
A Basic Car Maintenance Event
What did this product entail?
This product was composed of two parts - learning the maintenance myself, and then teaching my knowledge to an audience at an event. I mainly catered my event toward an audience of teenaged girls because I hoped it would be relatable for them to learn from a teenage girl who does not know a lot about cars herself.
Haley's Car Care Workshop
Saturday, Feb. 7th, 12-2pm
Sixes United Methodist Church, Canton, GA, United States
This was the actual date, time, and location of my event. Luckily, the weather was perfect for an outdoor event. There were about 10 people who attended the event, most fit within my target audience goals.
- 11AM - Arrive at the church and begin setting up
- 11:30 AM - People start showing up, I introduce myself and thank them for coming
- 12 PM - I begin by stating my philosophy, why I chose this project, and how it has helped me gain important life skills that I hope to impart onto my audience
- 12:30 PM-1 PM I begin my basic car maintenance workshop by teaching the audience how to check the oil, check tire pressure, and why those two things are important
- 1 PM-1:30 PM - I instruct the audience how to change a tire, step-by-step, with commentary and useful tips for girls just learning
- 1:30 PM-2 PM - I demonstrate what to keep in a car for emergencies, and talk about emergency situations. Here, I also hand out the brochures and give last minute tips
- 2 PM - I open up for questions and comments, then once everyone is gone, Dr. Joe and I talk about how the event went afterwards
- 2:30-3 PM - Clean up the church parking lot, and thank Dr. Joe for his help