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Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194003

The Extension Center for Youth Development is the only organization of its kind in Minnesota. By researching, training and delivering youth development programs, we help to create positive, out-of-school time, non-formal learning opportunities for young people throughout the state.


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Youth Aspirations: Imagining and Navigating Futures in Higher Education (2nd Edition)

Tzenis, Joanna A (2020)
This guidebook takes an alternative approach to preparing youth for college. Rather than focusing on grades, ACTS, or financing, the activities and program suggestions in this guidebook help young people envision having ...

Online Learning Preferences: 4‐H Volunteer Survey & Focus Group Findings

Robideau, Kari (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2019-04)
An online survey was distributed by email to a sample of Minnesota 4-H adult volunteers who attended one or more trainings, online and/or in-person, within 18 months. Following the survey, two focus groups were conducted ...

Youth Aspirations: Imagining and Navigating Futures in Higher Education

Tzenis, Joanna A (2019)
This guidebook takes a new approach to preparing youth for college. Rather than focusing on grades, ACTS, or financing, the activities and program suggestions in this guidebook help young people envision having higher ...

SEL Toolkit: Using Data for Improvement, 2nd edition

University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2019)
Using data to improve social and emotional learning (SEL) is an important tool in supporting youths' growth. This section includes tools and templates to help staff gather and use data for improvement. It includes creating ...

SEL Toolkit: Equipping Staff, 2nd edition

University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2019)
Expertise in social and emotional learning (SEL) begins with a foundation in good youth development practices and grows as you gain a deeper understanding. Staff need to be fluent in the concepts and language of SEL in ...

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