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  1. Chapter 12: Operation: Military Kids… Next Steps

  2.  OMK Partner Potluck

  3.  OMK Partner Potluck

  4. Action Planning • What joint programming will your OMK state Team do with the JFSAP Team? • How will your OMK State Team expand your OMK programming with youth? • Please address the following 8 areas/topics for each question above: • Ready, Set, Go! Trainings • Hero Pack assembly and distribution • Mobile Technology Lab activities • Speak Out for Military Kids training and presentation • Marketing to reach new geographically dispersed families • Connecting with new military partners • Connecting with new community partners • Strengthening existing partnerships

  5. ACTION PLANNING WORKSHEET

  6. OMK Reporting Requirements

  7. OMK Web Page

  8. State OMK Team Action Plan Outbriefs

  9. Best Practices Operation: Military Kids

  10. Participant Post-Test Measuring knowledge gain

  11. Review of Resources OMK Ready, Set, Go! Training Manual

  12. Operation: Military KidsPoints of Contact • Operation Military Kids Website http://www.operationmilitarykids.org • 4-H/Army Youth Development Project Darrin Allen Operation: Military Kids Coordinator (703) 681-4848 darrin.allen@us.army.mil • Army Child & Youth Services Nancy Campbell (703) 681-4849 nancy.campbell@us.army.mil

  13. So…What Can We Do ToMake A Difference? • Remember that collaboration/partnerships are the keys to success! • Take action plans/goals created at this training and implement them as soon as possible. Increasing awareness is the first step toward facilitating change! • Continue to educate yourself on the issues surrounding resources available at national, state, regional, and local levels to support National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve (and other branches of the military). Soldiers, families, and youth impacted by deployment. • Be conscious on a day-to-day basis of the many ways you can support youth impacted by these issues. • Know that the National Operation: Military Kids Project Team is here to assist you as needed.