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4-H afterschool survey response. Total Responses = 64 FCS = 29% 4-H Youth = 52% EFNEP = 13% Other = 8% (Univ. Faculty, CED, Natural Resources, PA NEP) All regions represented Number or years worked ranged from 0-3 (16%) to 15+ (32%). 4-H clubs in existing after-school programs.

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4-H afterschool survey response

  • Total Responses = 64

    • FCS = 29%

    • 4-H Youth = 52%

    • EFNEP = 13%

    • Other = 8% (Univ. Faculty, CED, Natural Resources, PA NEP)

    • All regions represented

    • Number or years worked ranged from 0-3 (16%) to 15+ (32%)


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4-H clubs in existing after-school programs

  • 45% have established 4-H clubs in existing programs.

    • 1-5 clubs = 69%

    • 6-10 clubs = 21%

    • More than 15 = 3%


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4-H curriculum/resource support to after-school programs

  • 73% of respondents have provided resources to existing after-school programs.

    • 83% have provided resources to 1-10 after-school programs.


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Extension-administered 4-H afterschool programs

  • 27% of respondents indicated that they are administering an after-school program.


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Curricula used in after-school programs

  • PA 4-H curriculum = 67%

  • Non PA 4-H curriculum = 29%

  • Non-4-H curriculum = 31%

  • Other = 10%

    • County-developed projects

    • Project Wild/learning tree

    • EFNEP


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Family centers

21st Century

Schools

Churches/faith-based organizations

YM/YWCA

Home schoolers

Juvenile justice organizations

Girls/Boys Clubs

Girls/Boys Scouts

Private SACC centers

Arts Council

Local medical center

Food banks

Parks Commission

United Way

CTC programs

Salvation Army

Housing authorities

Migrant education

Career centers

Children and Youth Services

Local community centers

PTA/PTO

Care Zone

Drug and alcohol agencies

Tobacco Coalitions

Hispanic centers

Big Brother/Big Sister

Americorps/KEYS

Women’s shelters

Libraries

Environmental centers

Collaboration with other agencies to deliver after-school programs


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Extension-sponsored training

  • 33% have provided training for after-school staff on the following topics:

    • Use of 4-H curriculum

    • Life skills development

    • 4-H opportunities

    • Starting a 4-H club

    • Outdoor activities

    • Diversity

    • Behavior management

    • Ages and stages

    • Experiential learning

    • Teambuilding

    • Communicating with children

    • Learning with games


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Need for training by topic (high or moderate need)

  • Funding for after-school programs (85%)

  • Current after-school practices (75%)

  • Curriculum and activity ideas (63%)

  • Audiences with special needs (63%)

  • Maintaining an after-school club (62%)

  • Training after-school staff (58%)

  • Working with parents (47%)

  • Guidance and discipline (47%)

  • Experiential learning (45%)

  • Starting 4-H clubs in after-school settings (40%)

  • Child development (30%)

  • Ages and stages (25%)


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Need for training by group (moderate to high)

  • Extension staff (89%)

  • Collaborators (86%)

  • Other after-school staff (86%)


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Preference for training

  • Face to face (77%)

  • Satellite training (63%)

  • Fact sheets (53%)

  • Web site (42%)

  • Video tapes (42%)

  • Other (11%)

    • Site tours

    • Training packets for agents

    • Regional trainings

    • Web conferencing

    • Curriculum or leader books to support topic


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Training audiences

  • Youth-serving agency staff (58%)

  • Volunteers (56%)

  • Teen leaders (39%)

  • Community leaders (37%)

  • School teachers (36%)

  • School administrators (19%)

  • Other

    • NEP staff

    • After-school site staff


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Face-to-face training preferences

  • 71% indicated a one-day training (8-5) is preferred.

  • 29% indicated a two-day training (10-5/8-2) is preferred.

  • 50% had no preference for day of week.


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Encouragement to get started in 4-H afterschool programming

  • More time (50%)

  • More funding (48%)

  • Additional resources (30%)

  • More training (30%)

  • Other (4%)

    • Advisory board approval

    • Standards


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Resources needed to support 4-H afterschool efforts

  • Promotional brochure (72%)

  • Listing of successful projects (70%)

  • Web site with after-school links (63%)

  • Newsletter series to send to after-school staff (57%)

  • More curricula (45%)

  • Press release (37%)

  • PA 4-H afterschool logo (27%)

  • Other (13%)

    • Funding

    • More staff

    • Prepackaged curriculum kits


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