Presentation on theme: "Creating a Thriving Organization for the Next 100 Years! Connie Schneider, Director ANR Statewide Youth, Families and Communities Program Monday, February."— Presentation transcript:
Creating a Thriving Organization for the Next 100 Years! Connie Schneider, Director ANR Statewide Youth, Families and Communities Program Monday, February 11, 2013
Two Centennial Celebrations! 4-H – 2013 Land Grant Universities - 2014 – Smith Lever Act
Overview What is our history? What is our future?
The Beginning of LGU In two Congressional Acts (1862 & 1890), specific universities designated as land-grant universities. Mission: Teach agriculture and mechanic arts.
The 4-H Seed: Teaching Children to Teach Adults 4-H evolved to address the needs of the changing environment
Mission: Educational Training and Assistance 1. Agriculture 2. Home Economics (Family and Consumer Sciences) 3. 4-H Youth Development 4. Community Development 1914 Smith-Lever Act: Cooperative Extension 1914 Smith-Lever Act: Cooperative Extension
A great bunch of kids “I was down to the Los Angeles Livestock Show, and I saw these hundreds of farmer boys that had fattened and cared for a calf, or pig, or sheep, themselves. It's a thing called the 4-H Club. Somebody was inspired when they founded that. It's all over the country. By golly, they are a great bunch of kids, and they have some fine stock." - Will Rogers, 1934. http://4-hhistorypreservation.com/History/4-H_Quotes / http://4-hhistorypreservation.com/History/4-H_Quotes /
4-H Volunteers Major roles over the last 100 years Donate continual gifts Time Resources Experience Inspire and empower youth
UC 4-H has evolved to address the needs of the changing environment over the past 100 years in California
UC Agriculture and Natural Resources - the bridge between local issues and the power of UC research. UC 4-H assess issues and teaches solutions based on evidenced-base research.
Healthy Families & Communities Special Edition Jan-Mar 2013
4-H Sustainability 4-H Sustainability Changing environment Needs of young people Commitment to volunteerism New UC 4-H Era New UC 4-H Era
Appreciation for supporting 4-H and being a part of building sustainability and capacity
As we embark in a new 4-H era and kick off the next 100 years!
This will take energy – lets start with dining together.
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