Quality Matters Online: A self study
Leadership Matters Online
Feb. 9 - March 3
Explore the key issues in supervision and leadership of youth work organizations. Online activities include both synchronized group time and individual self-paced learning. This is a cohort-based, professional development opportunity for youth work supervisors in which the participants learn, apply and share the information together. Register and learn more.
Dilemmas in Youth Work Online
Feb.16, - March 20
Youth workers face challenging situations that require them to address multiple, often competing considerations in their daily work with young people. Dig into the sticky challenges and issues of youth work and examine various ways to respond to real-life dilemmas of everyday practice. Online activities include both synchronized group time and individual self-paced learning. Register and learn more.
We will pull apart some myths, as well as look at the latest research and best practices in an interactive and thought-provoking session that will challenge the way you think about mentoring. Participants will gain knowledge about mentorship to help strengthen current programs and/or develop a new program. Register and learn more.
Exploring 4-H: Hands-on Science
It has been found that youth who participate in science activities outside the classroom are more likely to become comfortable with science. If you are looking for some fun hands-on science, engineering and technology related activities this webinar will provide you with lesson plans and resources to enhance the programming of new and experienced staff or volunteers. Register and learn more.
Save the date for the spring public symposium on May 15!
More details to come.
Most training and events are free for 4-H staff. Please use the TXTFREE coupon code when registering. For more information about upcoming classes or to register, visit: www.extension.umn.edu/youth/training-events.