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4-H Teens as Mentors: Developing Positive Role Models for Youth

This webinar is part of the University of Idaho 4-H Youth Development's Professional Development From Your Desk Virtual Conference.  There will be 8 sessions the week of January 26-30, 2015These webinars are open to anyone to participate in.

Presenter:  Suzann Dolecheck, University of Idaho Extension Educator; Donna Gillespie, University of Idaho Extension Educator; Cindy Kinder, University of Idaho Extension Educator

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A series of Teens as Mentors trainings were held to help teens become effective and confident youth mentors for a wide variety of 4-H events and activities. Three evening and one overnight training sessions were offered at extension offices throughout the district with local teens providing leadership for flag ceremonies and get-to-know you activities. Teens as Mentors provided a formal training program focusing on team building, conflict management, communication skills, resume building and effective interview skills.



Depth of Knowledge:  Introductory

This webinar is being sponsored by the University of Idaho Extension 4-H Youth Development program.  If you would like a complete list of workshops available, please contact Carrie Stark at cstark@uidaho.edu or 208-885-2156.

http://connect.cals.uidaho.edu/p9ra3516l1a/

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