Expanding 4-H Opportunities. 4-H 101: Return to the Basics CES Staff Development Series Tuesday, December 13, 2005, 9:30-11:30 a.m. IP Video Presentation by Steve McKinley & Company [email protected]; 765-494-8435. 4-H 101 Series. Effectively Utilizing Volunteers (10/4)
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Expanding 4-H Opportunities
4-H 101: Return to the Basics
CES Staff Development Series
Tuesday, December 13, 2005, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
IP Video Presentation
by Steve McKinley & Company
[email protected]; 765-494-8435
Expanding 4-H Opportunities
Share opportunities beyond the 4-H Club experience.
Food & Nutrition
Dog & Cat
Goat (dairy & meat)
Veterinary Science – large animals
Opportunities beyond the 4-H Club Experience… continued!
Rape and Sexual Assault Prevention Education
Funded by the Indiana Department of Health,
Centers for Disease Control, Rape Prevention Education Grant.
Principal Investigator: Mary Pilat, Ph.D.
To Infinity & Beyond –
“Jr. Leaders Beyond the Meeting”
1. Why Use Volunteers?
National Volunteerism Trends; benefits and limitations; expectations
2. Positive Youth Development
Basic needs of youth; environments conducive to PYD; ages and stages of youth
3. Recruitment and Retention of Volunteers
Position descriptions; sources of volunteers; placement of volunteers
4.Volunteer Orientation, Training, Evaluation
Information and delivery methods to share with volunteers; provide feedback to volunteers
5. Volunteer Recognition
Importance of recognition; motivation of volunteers; methods to recognize
6. Risk Management Issues
Liability, child abuse, safety of participants and volunteers, risk management forms
7. Volunteer Screening Process
Suggested application and screening procedures; adult behavioral expectations; confidentiality issues
8. Financial Management
Recommended financial accountability procedures; budgeting; fund raising options
9. Agricultural Education Program Development
Program planning components and importance
10. Volunteer Management Database
Record and organize volunteer information
Other Program Sharing
Discuss core beliefs of recognition.
Describe the National 4-H Recognition Model.
1. Participation in educational experiences
2. Progress toward self-set goals
3. Achieving standards of excellence
4. Excelling in peer competition
5. Excellence in cooperation
Identify steps to prepare judges for the judging process.
for joining us!
Next 4-H 101 Program:
“Characteristics of Positive Youth Development & Life Skill Development”
Tuesday, January 10, 2006,
10-minute Break before next program begins