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2013 Expansion and Review

Community-wide committee to discuss direction of Marion County 4-H program.

Phyllis Harris

on 10 February 2014

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4-H Youth Development Model
Role of Expansion & Review Committee
Identify potential 4-H volunteers.
Identify potential new audiences that will benefit from a 4-H Club.
Sharing IDEAS
Marion County 4-H Youth Development Expansion and Review Committee
"Expanding 4-H Youth Development
for the Next Generation"

Essential Elements of 4-H Youth Development
- Youth experiencing a positive relationship with a caring adult. Youth experiencing an inclusive and safe environment to learn and try.
- Youth engaging in learning opportunities that increase self-confidence.
- Youth experiencing opportunities to see themselves as an active participant in the future. Youth having opportunities to develop self-determination.
- Youth having opportunities to value and practice service for others.
National 4-H Council
for underserved and underrepresented populations.
Extension programs practice non-discrimination and equal opportunity.
4-H involvement.
awareness of available Extension services and programs among all potential audiences.
Who we are serving in Marion County
Determines needs and directions of current 4-H program (in line with state and national policies).

Ensures the 4-H program is relevant, current, and has an impact on local needs.

Assists with identifying potential volunteers or volunteer roles.

Critically reviews progress toward program goals.

Meets Federal requirements and keeps Extension above reproach and accountable to local citizens.
Marion County
2. Club Outreach
a. Increase club formation.
b. Build clubs among non-traditional populations.
c. Build clubs in non-traditional areas/communities.
d. Build capacity in Marion County communities.
e. Strengthen current 4-H Clubs.

a. Build a volunteer base with diverse experiences;
ethnicities and ages.
Educators Role:
A. Provide resources to assist you with club
B. Contact referrals of potential volunteers;
neighborhood associations; and organizations.
C. Provide support to new volunteers and clubs.
D. Connect new volunteers with experienced
volunteers to provide them with support.
Small Group Discussion

Welcome & Introductions
Positive youth development
Federal & state laws (http://www3.ag.purdue.edu/civil_rights/Pages/default.aspx)
Equal opportunity
Affirmative action
Common vision & purpose
Establish goals
Handouts & Resources
1. Strategic Plan
2. Demographic sheet
The state MISSION for 4-H:
The Indiana 4-H Youth Development mission is to provide real-life educational opportunities that develop young people who positively impact their community and world.

The state VISION for 4-H:
Indiana 4-H Youth Development strives to be the premier, community -based program empowering young people to reach their full potential.
It is the policy of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran. Purdue University is an Affirmative Action institution. This material may be available in alternative formats.
See you Thursday, August 22, 2013 for
Expansion & Review Committee #2
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
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