4-H Program Coordinator - Ogemaw County, MI
You will recruit, select and train 4-H program volunteers and oversee program/project promotion, expansion and evaluation activities. Through your efforts, you will ensure that audiences are reached through traditional and newly developed programs, while providing local leadership in strengthening public understanding that 4-H is for all youth. You will provide information and opportunities for learning through the use of technology, mass media, group meetings, workshops and individual contacts.
In this position, you will conduct programming with youth and adult audiences, recruit and train volunteers to conduct programming with youth and will gather and analyze data for impact evaluation efforts. You will work closely with your District Director and MSU Extension leadership to develop and implement strategies for addressing local risk management issues in the areas of child safety, financial management, volunteer management and programming that is in alignment with MSU policies and procedures.
Operating independently, you will ensure that program delivery follows established guidelines and meets the goals set for reaching the desired number of youth locally and statewide, and you will be responsible for initiating efforts to expand Extension programs to the unreached, including limited resource families, youth, minorities, and the disabled. Additionally, you will be responsible for communicating information about newly implemented and existing 4-H programs and activities (progress, objectives, target dates, problems addressed, etc.) to your supervisor, District Director and Institute leadership.
Office location for this position is negotiable. However, there will be space available to work from the Ogemaw County MSU Extension office.
Minimum Qualifications (see full description for complete list of requirements)
- Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience in program development and management in 4-H or other youth development program.
- Volunteer management and experience supervising volunteers or of others.
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Application deadline is June 29, 2021.
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