Monthly Archives: February 2016

Where are My Participants? Using Models of Planned Change to Encouage Participation

“If you build it, they will come.” That might work for baseball diamonds, but it doesn’t exactly ring true with 4-H programs. How many times have you done everything “right” in terms of following a program development model (i.e. Logic … Continue reading

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National 4-H Citizenship Webinar Trainngs

Remember working on your professional development plan as part of this year’s POW/ROA process?  If you were looking for more training in the area of 4-H Citizenship, you are in luck!  Coming soon to a computer near you–  the NAE4-HA … Continue reading

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Recognizing Youth Development When it Exists

We are busy people.  Being “busy” can keep us from reflecting on the good work that we do and the youth development that occurs all around us on a regular basis.  This is precisely what made me so excited about … Continue reading

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The Ask: Small Moments Yield Big Opportunities

“Well, I’m not going to beg them to participate!” If you haven’t in fact said this yourself, I’m sure you’ve heard it more than once.  However, the reality is the personal invitation is an important part of marketing your 4-H … Continue reading

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