APRIL 28: Developing Cultural Competency: Lessons Learned from A Philippines Study Program
Presented by: Global Relations Committee members - Peggy Compton, Celina Wille, Mark Nelson, and Christy Fitzpatrick
As Extension audiences are becoming more diverse, designing culturally appropriate programs will be a critical skill for Extension professionals. This webinar will share outcomes and lessons learned during an international Extension Study Program to the Philippines and consider how those can be applied to local experiences.
MAY 26: Proceed With Caution! The When, Where, and How of Extension Engagement
Presented by: Trudy Rice and Bruce Chladny, Alpha Rho Chapter, Kansas
Have you been to a meeting of local decision makers as they deal with the fall out after a decision has been made? Imagine how that might look if the public had been engaged before the decision. What is Extension’s role in engaging the public before the decision is made? This webinar will incorporate the use of virtual break out rooms and Poll Everywhere to keep the learners engaged!
JUNE 23: Demonstrating Collective Impact: Lessons Learned from a National Effort
Presented by: Elizabeth Kiss, Maria Pippidis, and Suzanne Bartholomae, Alpha Rho Chapter, Kansas
A national initiative to aggregate all family resource management programming efforts and report national results has been underway since 2015. In this webinar we will describe the process and what we have learned along the way. Participants will learn how they can apply this process in their own programming areas.
AUGUST 25: Social Marketing Principles to Increase Behavior Change Among Extension Clients
Presented by: Laura Warner and Dr. Lisa Krimsky, Alpha Delta Chapter, Florida
Social marketing is the application of commercial marketing tools that can promote behavior change benefiting the community and the individual Extension client. This webinar will provide an overview of social marketing and provide Extension professionals with tools they can begin using right away to promote behavior change.