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Developing eXtension Partnerships

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Extension for Health in New Mexico

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Invitation for community research equity training study

Skye Kelty ·
Please consider participating in this research project for experienced community researchers. Contact Skye Kelty with any questions or to get further information. skye.kelty@rutgers.edu.
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New! Partnership and Development Specialist

Megan Hirschman ·
A key program in the cooperative agreement is the Program Accelerator. The Program Accelerator is a unique partnership between a project/program team and the resources of the Extension Foundation for a year of rapid growth and progress resulting in expanding the team’s local impact and national potential. Our unique methods and a team of catalysts and key informants work individually with each team to produce scalable, better-resourced, and more effective programs and community-based...
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New! Climate Partnership and Development Assistant Position

Megan Hirschman ·
Colleagues, Please share! As a project of the ECOP Climate Priority Action Team (PAT), the Climate Partnership and Development Assistant Position will help advance the Cooperative Extension System in expanding our footprint of work from a national perspective in Climate. The Extension Foundation (ExF) is seeking an individual to work with our Partnership and Development Coordinator to further design and develop new partnerships and funding sources, serve as project coordinator, and be key...
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Opioid Response

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
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Re: Equitable Land Access: Resources & Tools Webinar

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Emerging Land Ownership Models: Agrarian Commons Webinar

Aaron Weibe ·
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Starting October 3rd! NEXTGEN Grant Support Introduction and Partnership Opportunities

Aaron Weibe ·
October 3rd, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Eastern Time October 4th, 2022, 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM Eastern Time October 5th, 2022, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Eastern Time October 6th, 2022, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Eastern Time REGISTER HERE The Extension Foundation was selected by USDA-NIFA to serve as the technical service provider for NEXTGEN to raise awareness of the program and provide technical assistance for eligible institutions to develop teams, partners, program strategies and to connect with USDA and other...
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Siempre Juntos (Forever Juntos)

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
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EXCITE(ing) Strengths!

Karl Bradley ·
Since launching in 2021, the EXCITE program has reached more than 12 Million individuals with immunization education in 1,017 counties across 48 states and territories through the hard work of Extension Professionals from 72 land grant universities and 410 community and healthcare partners. It all began with support for the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) "Vaccinate with Confidence" campaign in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. WHY EXTENSION? Cooperative Extension has an over 100-year...
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Unique Strengths of the EXCITE Project: Partnerships

MelaniePugsley ·
The Extension Collaboration for Immunization, Teaching, and Engagement ( EXCITE ) project was created to reduce vaccine hes it ancy in rural and medically unders erved communities . Fund ed by the CDC through an Inter agency Agreement with USDA N IFA and a cooperative agreement with the Extension Foundation , the team has four goals : reduce hes it ancy, increase communication between populations and health systems , increase accessibility to clinics and help implement public health programs...
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Explore Immunization Education in Extension through the EXCITE Annual Reports!

MelaniePugsley ·
EXCITE Year 2 Annual Report Introducing the EXCITE Year 2 Annual Narrative Report , a comprehensive document that marks the conclusion of both Activity 1 and Activity 2 projects. This report is a collaborative effort by the EXCITE program team and the Extension Foundation. In it, you can find the outputs and outcomes, and valuable lessons learned at both the project and system levels during year two of the project . The report also details the value of EXCITE establishing new healthcare...
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The Power of Community Partnerships

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Extension's Unique Strength in Immunization Education: Health and Community Partnerships

MelaniePugsley ·
The Extension Collaboration for Immunization, Teaching, and Engagement ( EXCITE ) project was created to reduce vaccine hesitancy in rural and medically underserved communities. Drawing upon Cooperative Extension System's (CES) many unique strengths, EXCITE teams were able to effectively respond and deliver immunization education to their priority populations. One valuable strength was the strategic cultivation of partnerships, where Extension leveraged its tools, knowledge, and community...
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New Professional Development Series! Upskilling Fundraising, Grant & Partnership Development For Extension Professionals: An Interactive Workshop Series

MelaniePugsley ·
Introducing the latest offering from the Extension Foundation- a new professional development series open to all Extension professionals wanting to enhance their skills! Join us for monthly sessions from April 2024 to September 2024, in ' Upskilling Fundraising, Grant & Partnership Development For Extension Professionals: An Interactive Workshop Series. ' This is a comprehensive professional development series tailored for Extension professionals. Led by Nate Birt of Silver Maple...
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Insights from Nate Birt on our new Fundraising, Grants, and Partnerships Professional Development Series!

MelaniePugsley ·
Meet Nate Birt , the founder of Silver Maple Strategies , a distinguished communications and fundraising consultancy dedicated to empowering nonprofit leaders in driving impactful climate-change solutions. Nate's expertise has been recognized through his latest book, " 7 Secrets of Highly Effective Social Impact Communicators ," which rose to become a No. 1 new release in business ethics on Amazon. Formerly the vice president of Farm Journal 's pioneering climate-change division, Trust In...
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