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Social Media Use & Strategies

Presented by: Paul Hill, Extension Assistant Professor, Utah State University

This webinar is open to ALL Extension professionals for FREE.

As a Utah State University Extension Professor in Washington County, Utah, Paul Hill teaches leadership and STEM to ambitious youth in 4-H.

eXtension reports: If there were one thing Paul Hill, millennial, could change about the Extension culture it is convincing Extension workers and their bosses that each person should spend at least 10 percent of their time on social media.

“We are change agents trying to convince people to change how they garden or raise their kids but we can be reluctant to change how we do things,” he says. Hill believes face to face contact remains important but social media helps continue conversations and build relationships. more...

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This professional development opportunity is offered by the National Association of Extension Program and Staff Development Professionals (NAEPSDP). Learn more at In addition to these monthly webinars open to all Extension professionals, NAEPSDP holds an annual professional development conference, that includes their annual meeting, as well as bimonthly Member Connect webinars. NAEPSDP Member Connect sessions are opportunities for our active members to openly discuss relevant topics of interest with their peers. These sessions are typically held on the second Thursday of every other month (April, June, August, October, & December).

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