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Social Networking: Navigating the Privacy Setting Maze

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Stephen Judd, Molly Frendo

When you share things on a social network, like Facebook, where it ends up being displayed shouldn’t be a surprise. Yet, the surprises are what make most people feel that their privacy is being infringed. It’s not that we don’t want to share, it’s that we want to understand...

4-H Guiding Principles #7: Youth Grow and Contribute as Active Citizens

Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

From Interest to Reality: Keeping Volunteers Interested Webinar

Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Molly Frendo

Many volunteer organizations struggle with getting a potential volunteer all the way through the process of recruitment to beginning service. In this webinar, we will discuss the process of moving a volunteer through the interviewing, screening, and orientation processes in...

Impacts of Social Networking on Children and Youth

Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Molly Frendo

MSU Extension is pleased to offer professional development opportunities designed to assist youth development program staff and volunteer administrators in their efforts. Sessions are designed from the youth development perspective; however, all interested participants are...

4-H Guiding Principles #6: Youth Recognize, Appreciate, and Understand Multiculturalism

Monday, November 12, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

Youth Culture and Technology: Debunking the Myths and Moving Forward

Monday, November 5, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST - Presented by Molly Frendo

MSU Extension is pleased to offer professional development opportunities designed to assist youth development program staff and volunteer administrators in their efforts. Sessions are designed from the youth development perspective; however, all interested participants are...

4-H Guiding Principles #5: Youth Develop Skills for Success

Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

4-H Guiding Principle #4: Youth are Participants in the Learning Process

Monday, October 15, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

4-H Guiding Principle #3: Youth are Actively Engaged in their Own Development

Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

4-H Guiding Principle #2: Youth are Physically and Emotionally Safe

Monday, September 24, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

4-H Guiding Principles #1: Youth Develop Positive Relationships with Adults/Peers

Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Michigan 4-H Youth Development uses the 4-H Guiding Principles to focus and drive the work we do with young people. We should consider them when we plan programs, prepare volunteers to work with young people, and interact with participants. While the 4-H Guiding Principles are...

Tips and Tools for Conducting Background Checks

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Navigating the variety of background checks that are available and choosing the right one for your program can be intimidating and confusing. During this session participants will learn how to access and use the various background check options including: ICHAT, FBI...

Introduction to Social Networking

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Does social networking intimidate you? If so, this webinar is for you! We will review the basic principles of social networking, mainly using the widely popular website Facebook as a frame of reference. You will learn social networking language, use, how to utilize privacy...

expired Beyond Certificates and Plaques: Volunteer Recognition

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Different people prefer different types of recognition. Some volunteers love an event while others appreciate a personalized note. Does your recognition plan cover all the needs of your volunteers? Thanking volunteers and recognizing their hard work impacts retention and can...

Social Networking: Boundaries and Professionalism

Monday, July 9, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT - Presented by Molly Frendo

Should you friend volunteers in your program? Is it acceptable for adult volunteers and youth to be connected via social network? Social networking (i.e. Facebook, MySpace, etc.) can be a tremendous resource. It can also be confusing for volunteers, program staff, and...