Task List: Who, what and when?
Now that you have decided on key aspects of your campaign and determined your goals, it’s time to put your plan into action! Your team needs a Master task list with objectives and deadlines to move your project forward! It is essential that your task lists are as detailed as possible and include what the task is, when it needs to be done by, and who on your team is going to complete it. Your project may have many different parts that can seem daunting at times. A task list will help organize your project into manageable sections and keep your team on track and help you successfully complete your project goal.
When writing your task goals it is important to keep in mind the different phases of your project. This will also help your project be more thought out and organized!
Example Task List
Task: Draft Email to Councilmember
Deadline: November 1st 2020
Task: Make online poster promoting alternate modes of transportation on Canva
Deadline: December 25th 2020
Who: James & Katie
Task: Research types of trees to plant near library park and where to buy seeds/saplings
Deadline: November 26th 2020
Task: Contact Principal to upload virtual flyer on school website
Deadline: February 14th 2020
You did it – you completed Phase 3 – Create a Plan
GREAT JOB!!! You’ve Completed Phase 3! Did you complete the following tasks? You’ll need to before heading into Phase 4 – Take Action
- ✅ Learn about your Project Map to keep you on course Pick a solution and review project ideas. Complete the “Phase 2.1 – Solution and Project Review” questions.
- ✅ Learn about campaign types. Complete the “Phase 2.2 – Campaign Types” questions.
- ✅ Reach out to a relevant climate science teacher/expert/organization. Complete the “Phase 2.3 – Reach out to an Expert” questions.
- ✅ Pick your team’s project and campaign type. Complete the “Phase 2.4 – Solution, Project and Campaign Types” questions.
- Check in with Advisor.