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Increasing Social Capital through Culturally Relevant Positive Youth Development (PYD) Social capital is a resource that includes several elements of social well-being including trusting networks among people, engagement with institutions, and connections to resources. Positive youth development program can foster youth's social capital to be better postured to combat social injustice.
We All Want to be Heard: Listening and Responding to Volunteers through Appreciative Inquiry As Extension educators, it is important that we value volunteers and provide venues for them to offer their feedback and assessments of the programs. This publication describes how to conduct an effective AI session to provide volunteers with a forum for sharing feedback and ideas for improving Extension programs such as 4-H.
Developing Extension Lesson Plans: Using a 4-H Youth Development Lesson Plan Template to Strengthen the Rigor and Quality of Research-based 4-H Programs Summary: 4-H Youth Development educators use a variety of program education models to engage youth and volunteers in experiential learning. 4-H educators often develop and/or adapt research-based lessons and curricula to facilitate youth development programs.
Maryland 4-H Groups/Affiliates Financial Handbook (FS-959) The following guidelines will help your 4-H group fulfill its responsibilities for properly handling public funds.
Maryland 4-H Youth (FS-961) Basic information and guidelines to follow along with the necessary report forms you will need to succeed in your new role as club Treasurer.
MARYLAND 4-H LEADERS CLUB FINANCIAL The following guidelines will help your 4-H club fulfill its responsibilities for properly handling public funds
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