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1 4-H Administrative Update 2006 Youth Development Institutes March 2006

2 4-H Administrative Update The 4-H Question How has what I have done today made a difference in the life of young person in North Carolina?

3 4-H Administrative Update Youth Development Institute Presentation Youth Development Institute Presentation Future Direction Future Direction Strategic Priorities Strategic Priorities Departmental Re-Structuring Departmental Re-Structuring Customer Teams Customer Teams 4-H Camping System 4-H Camping System Departmental Merger Departmental Merger

4 4-H Administrative Update Future Direction Future Direction Strategic Priorities Strategic Priorities Economic Development Economic Development Education Education Health/Wellness Health/Wellness 4-H Focus Areas 4-H Focus Areas Fostering Relevant and Challenging Learning Experiences. Fostering Relevant and Challenging Learning Experiences. Strengthening Civic Responsibility through Leadership and Volunteerism. Strengthening Civic Responsibility through Leadership and Volunteerism. Preparing for an Employable/Entrepreneurial Future. Preparing for an Employable/Entrepreneurial Future. Nurturing Healthy Lifestyles. Nurturing Healthy Lifestyles.

5 4-H Administrative Update Departmental Re-Structuring Departmental Re-Structuring Customer-based teams Customer-based teams Youth (5 to 19 year olds) Youth (5 to 19 year olds) Human Resources (Professionals and Volunteers) Human Resources (Professionals and Volunteers) Partnership Development (Individuals, Corporate, Non-Profit) Partnership Development (Individuals, Corporate, Non-Profit)

6 4-H Administrative Update Customer Team Update Customer Team Update Youth Team Youth Team Youth Development Research Center Youth Development Research Center Program Evaluation Program Evaluation Human Resource Team Human Resource Team Continuing Professional Development Systems Continuing Professional Development Systems Delivery Modes Delivery Modes Partner Team Partner Team Alignment with Strategic Priorities Alignment with Strategic Priorities Increase of Funds Raised Increase of Funds Raised

7 4-H Administrative Update 4-H Camping System 4-H Camping System Evaluation of 6 camp properties Evaluation of 6 camp properties Core strategies Core strategies Development of Long-Range Facility Plan for each property; comprehensive plan for system. Development of Long-Range Facility Plan for each property; comprehensive plan for system. Recurring legislative funds for Capital Improvements. Recurring legislative funds for Capital Improvements. Legislative and Private Funds for Capital Improvements Legislative and Private Funds for Capital Improvements Sharing of staff between properties Sharing of staff between properties Improved budgeting and financial management Improved budgeting and financial management Increased expectation of 4-H participation in camping Increased expectation of 4-H participation in camping 5-year plan to eliminate camp indebtedness 5-year plan to eliminate camp indebtedness

8 4-H Administrative Update Departmental Merger Departmental Merger Size – faculty and staff critical mass. Size – faculty and staff critical mass. Academic Component – partnerships with UNC-G and NCSU College of Education & Psychology. Academic Component – partnerships with UNC-G and NCSU College of Education & Psychology. Common Issues – youth and family synergy. Common Issues – youth and family synergy. Financial Resources – federal, state, grants/contracts and Foundation support. Financial Resources – federal, state, grants/contracts and Foundation support. Political Strength – ability to address issues by mobilizing a strong base of supporters from youth and families perspectives. Political Strength – ability to address issues by mobilizing a strong base of supporters from youth and families perspectives. Details: Details: July 1 merger date July 1 merger date Associate Director for Youth and Families Associate Director for Youth and Families

9 4-H Administrative Update Check List Check List √ Departmental re-organization √ Departmental re-organization Alignment of people, talents and passions based on the core customer groups Alignment of people, talents and passions based on the core customer groups Youth Program Development and Delivery Team Youth Program Development and Delivery Team Human Resource Development and Delivery Team Human Resource Development and Delivery Team Partner Development Partner Development √ Improved communication √ Improved communication 4-H Focus – electronic newsletter 4-H Focus – electronic newsletter State 4-H Leader Tour State 4-H Leader Tour √ Revision and revitalization of the 4-H LRFA’s √ Revision and revitalization of the 4-H LRFA’s

10 4-H Administrative Update Check List continued Check List continued √ Right-sizing of the 4-H Camping System. √ Right-sizing of the 4-H Camping System. √ Promotion Expectations √ Promotion Expectations How do we know if we are doing a good job locally? How do we know if we are doing a good job locally? What is an impact and how am I going to be evaluated? What is an impact and how am I going to be evaluated? Creating our preferred future Creating our preferred future Establishment of a 4-H Future Work Group. Establishment of a 4-H Future Work Group. Initiation of the 4-H Leadership Trust. Initiation of the 4-H Leadership Trust. Development of 4-H core program. Development of 4-H core program. Reinventing the 4-H After-School Program. Reinventing the 4-H After-School Program. Strengthening all 4-H Delivery Modes. Strengthening all 4-H Delivery Modes.

11 4-H Administrative Update Check List continued Check List continued Development of the Center for Youth Research and Development. Development of the Center for Youth Research and Development. Development of a research and funding agenda for the Department aligned with LRFA’s. Development of a research and funding agenda for the Department aligned with LRFA’s. Development of a 4-H marketing plan and planning for a new marketing/communications position for the state 4-H program. Development of a 4-H marketing plan and planning for a new marketing/communications position for the state 4-H program. Strategic planning for the future of 4-H Honor Club and 4-H Alumni. Strategic planning for the future of 4-H Honor Club and 4-H Alumni.

12 4-H Administrative Update Check List continued Check List continued Strengthen relationships with other Departments, Colleges and Universities to development a strong undergraduate major and/or minor core for future 4-H agent recruitment and development. Strengthen relationships with other Departments, Colleges and Universities to development a strong undergraduate major and/or minor core for future 4-H agent recruitment and development. Long-term planning regarding the future of the Youth Leadership Development specialization. Long-term planning regarding the future of the Youth Leadership Development specialization. Integration of 4-H into all camping programs as a major feature. Integration of 4-H into all camping programs as a major feature. Re-invigoration and upgrading of State 4-H Congress. Re-invigoration and upgrading of State 4-H Congress.

13 4-H Administrative Update Check List continued Check List continued Upgrading of training and support for State 4-H Council and Officers. Upgrading of training and support for State 4-H Council and Officers. Upgrading of 4-H web site to be more interactive and targeted to specific customer groups. Upgrading of 4-H web site to be more interactive and targeted to specific customer groups. Development of an Annual 4-H Citizenship Event. Development of an Annual 4-H Citizenship Event. Annual Community Development/Service Project associated with National 4-H Week. Annual Community Development/Service Project associated with National 4-H Week. Strengthening 4-H Subject Matter Specialist Support. Strengthening 4-H Subject Matter Specialist Support.

14 4-H Administrative Update Check List continued Check List continued Upgrade the awards and incentive programs for 4-H youth. Upgrade the awards and incentive programs for 4-H youth. Add faculty to focus specifically on curriculum development. Add faculty to focus specifically on curriculum development. Expand opportunities for 4-H with military youth and families. Expand opportunities for 4-H with military youth and families.

15 4-H Administrative Update BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goals BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goals Customer Goals Customer Goals 1. Impact over 1.2 million youth in North Carolina per year by An abundant supply of well trained, highly-qualified and motivated of 4-H agents and program assistants in North Carolina by Over 120,000 well-trained and motivated 4-H volunteers in North Carolina by Over $6 million dollars annually raised for 4-H youth programming by 2015.


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