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UNH Extension Seeks State Specialist in 4-H Youth Positive Development | Extension

This position, located in Durham, N.H., provides leadership and support for the University of New Hampshire Extension Education and 4-H Youth Development program team for the purpose of developing resilient youth. The state specialist is responsible for connecting theory to practice, ensuring the 4-H program achieves positive outcomes for youth and families in New Hampshire. Program development involves grant writing, program design, and program evaluation such that stakeholders will be aware of program impact and staff will engage in data-driven quality improvement. The successful candidate will use their research and practitioner experience to help integrate statewide 4-H programming in collaboration with other program teams (Food and Agriculture, Natural Resources, Community and Economic Development, and Health and Wellness). For more information, UNH Extension Seeks State Specialist in 4-H Youth Positive Development | Extension

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