Let's review the Roots and Shoots Formula one more time. Step one, get engaged. Step two, Map it. Step three, take action. And Step four, celebrate. First we covered step one, Engaging your students. This included videos media and stories to use to inspire action. For example, the Coyote Clash campaign or the National Geographic video. You can also access the project database at rootsandshoots.org to view the work of Roots and Shoots members all over the world. Then we reviewed step two, community mapping. There are several mapping tools for you to select from. Together, we walked through Community Mapping 101 to create a pen and paper map, and then showed you how to create a digital version using two different platforms. This critical step in the process is what will make your service campaign youth led, and ensure you focus on a true need. Next, we covered step three. Taking action. We shared the tools and resources to help you identify needs based on your community map, activities to narrow down your ideas, and how to plan your service using the campaign planning guide. Lastly, we gave you some suggestions and examples for collaborating with members of your community. And finally, we reviewed step four, Celebrate. This consists of both measuring your impact and celebrating your success. We give examples of different ways to measure how successful your service was, and share different types of culminating events where young people have the opportunity to demonstrate what they have accomplished, and be recognized for their hard work. >> Before we wrap up this course, there are a few things left to do. First, and this is very important, If you haven't done so already, please join Roots and Shoots and become a member. Be a part of the wave of young people all over the world making change happen for their communities. And the best part is it's free. >> Just go to rootsandshoots.org, and click on the join button to start your easy registration process. If you live outside of the United States, please look at the list of global Jane Goodall Institute, and Roots and Shoots offices, so you can connect with the office closest to you. >> And the last thing we want to share with you is the opportunity to share your campaign with the Roots and Shoots network. Please report your campaign on our project database, so that people across the world can learn and be inspired by your work. Once you become a member, you or your students can post photos, and a description of your campaign on the Roots and Shoots website. Your story is important to us and we look forward to hearing from you. >> Thank you all so much for participating in this course with us. We hope that you feel confident and ready to take all these tools information, and start using it with your young people. >> We here, think globally. Act locally. Don't. If you think globally, you become filled with gloom. But if you take a little piece of this whole picture, my piece, our piece, this is what I can do here. I'm making a difference. And, hi, wow, they're making a difference over there, and so are they, and so were they. And so gradually, the pieces get filled in. And the world is a better place because of you.