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UNH Extension Seeks a 4-H Program Manager in Cheshire County

This position is located at Extension’s Cheshire County office in Keene, N.H. Priority application deadline is April 1, 2024.

The 4-H program manager will facilitate growth of the county 4-H program and life-skill development of 4-H youth through recruitment, training, support and guidance of volunteers in a community-based, youth organization. 4-H, the nation’s largest youth development organization, works in local communities to offer youth in-person and online programming through clubs, collaborative community partnerships, after-school programs, camps, and other educational activities.

N.H. 4-H programs are designed around a “pathway” model based on national 4-H mission areas of STEM/Agriscience, Civic Engagement and Healthy Living. 4-H Pathways are designed to engage youth in a sequential learning experience, enabling youth to build mastery of skill and knowledge as well as a sense of belonging to their community and world. As part of a county Extension team, in the future this position may also be appointed to serve as the county office administrator, which would be a 20% appointment with a stipend (programmatic workload would be reduced to accommodate this appointment). For more information, visit UNH Extension Seeks a 4-H Program Manager in Cheshire County | Extension

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