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  1. Visioning PDPS Poultry Youth Programming Mary Fosnaught, Ph.D. Interview Seminar for Extension Associate for Youth Programs July 11, 2018

  2. Objectives • Discuss the impact of effective poultry youth programming • Explore 4-H/Extension relationship to planning and development phase of poultry youth programming • Propose evaluation and execution phase for poultry youth programming to engage and empower youth

  3. Youth Programming • 4-H and Youth Development • Create dynamic programming • Educate our Youth • Be a Steward of Children • Give Back

  4. Visioning Youth Programming My passion for this topic

  5. A Pledge My Head to Clearer Thinking, My Heart to Greater Loyalty, My Hands to Larger Service, And My Health to Better Living, For my Club, my Community, my Country, and my World Motto: To Make the Best Better

  6. Experiences 1st Gained thanks to 4-H Leadership Discipline Public Speaking Community Involvement Volunteer Education & Inspiration

  7. Visioning Youth Programming Planning & Development Phase

  8. What is 4-H? • Youth development organization • Earliest 1912 4-H Clubs & 1914National • Largest 6 mill U.S. members • In 1800s, universities recognize youth vs. adults as early adopters of new technology • Bridge between public education and rural agricultural challenges

  9. 4-H Forebearers 1902 A.B. Graham Clarksburg, OH

  10. Mr. Graham’s Youth Vision • Elevate the standard of rural life • Hard work, industry, & strong character • Stimulate youth’s interest in their environment & investigations • Appreciation for beauty in nature • Inspire youth in the science of agriculture Learn by Doing

  11. NC 4-H Forebearers • Boys Corn Club- Gaston County • 1920’s L.R. Harold created 1st 4-H Clubs

  12. Synergistic Relationship

  13. Dynamic Poultry Youth Programs at PDPS • 4-H Poultry Judging Competition • 4-H Avian Bowl • NC 4-H Congress • Embryology • Poultry Science Summer Institute • Youth Market Turkey Show

  14. Visioning Youth Programming Evaluation & Execution Phase

  15. CuraPersonalis • Care of the Entire Person • Respect for all that makes up each individual • Teach/mentor/develop whole person • Be aware of youth with varied learning styles or disabilities • Be inclusive of diverse ethnic, cultural, racial, economic status, and gender • Address affective & emotional dimensions of learning

  16. Teach to Whole YouthExamples • Be aware of changes in youth communication habits • Be sensitive and inclusive of our diverseness • Global connectedness & cultural competence

  17. Speak the Language • Youth communicate digitally • 85% teens age 14-17 own cell phone • 69% age 11-14 • 31% age 8-10 • Consume information in more distilled formats • Both challenge and opportunity Kaiser Foundation, 2010

  18. 7 hr 38 min /day single device 30% of time = social media Kaiser Foundation, 2010

  19. Meet youth on their digital turf Social media use • Youtube (40 min/day) • Facebook (35 min/day) • Snapchat (25 min/day) • Instagram (15 min/day) • Twitter (1 min/day) Lifetime: 5 yr 4 mo Social Media Today, 2017

  20. 4-H Forebearers Infographics – distilled communication

  21. Understanding Ourselves Wolfram, 2018

  22. Understanding Others“Teranga” Concept in Senegal that you treat a stranger like family; a cornerstone of Senegalese culture 

  23. CuraFamilia • Care of the Whole Family • -Capitalize on parent involvement • -Families contribute to student success • -Find the right balance of parental mentorship

  24. Cura 4-H Leader • Care of the Whole 4-H Leader/Volunteer • They are the backbone of 4-H • Strength of youth development program relies on strength of 4-H Volunteers • -Needs assessment by area/county • -Create forum for intercommunication • Poultry dashboard • Blog

  25. Creating Poultry Youth Programs Find leadership/peer mentorship opportunities and grant funding to support NC poultry relevant topic for youth development • e.g. egg/food safety

  26. Plan & Develop Phase of Poultry Youth Programming • Complete needs assessment through survey; online and paper (focus groups can complete) e.g. area agents, 4-H clubs with poultry projects • Complete research regarding relevant NC poultry youth topics • Begin to identify any possible future funding sources e.g. U.S. Egg & Poultry, American Egg Board

  27. Plan & Develop Phase of Poultry Youth Programming • Utilize needs assessment for plan development • To develop plan will organize and facilitate: • Focus group of 4-H leaders or • Focus group of 4-H members or • Focus group of non-4-H members; schools/universities, industry reps, etc. • Identify and invite key individuals for Poultry Youth Advisory Board

  28. Evaluation & Execution Phase of Poultry Youth Programming • Utilize needs assessment data, focus group information and NC Poultry Youth Advisory Board to develop and implement evaluation plan • Evaluation is ongoing • Implement & Execute youth development program • Evaluate quality of youth program- online

  29. Brainstorming Poultry Youth Programs Collaborate with other fields and departments to teach poultry youth solutions to multidimensional issues facing industry -Philosophy/Ethics – animal welfare -Ecology/Engineering – environmental

  30. Brainstorming Local Poultry Youth Programs • Develop completely poultry based S.T.E.M. program for youth or Science Olympiad • Create summer day camps for local youth

  31. Brainstorming Global Poultry Youth Programs • Find poultry based international internships and training programs for youth • Secure scholarships to fund travel to ensure access for all students

  32. 4-H PDPS & NC Alumni • 1 and 7 adults in U.S. is a 4-H Alumni • Identify PDPS 4-H Poultry Alumni • Explore leadership/peer mentorship/financial support from alumni for youth

  33. 4-H Values & my Vision for Youth Head: to be Creative, Expansive Thinkers Heart: to be Giving, ‘PayItForward’ Volunteers Hands: to be Pro-Active, Hands-on Doers Health: to be Advocates for Welfare To create awareness that we are all citizens of a local and global community

  34. Objectives • Discuss the impact of effective poultry youth programming • Explore 4-H/Extension relationship to planning and development phase of poultry youth programming • Propose evaluation and execution phase for poultry youth programming to engage and empower youth

  35. Thank youMary Fosnaught, Ph.D.919 271-8680mhfosnaught@gmail.com