Personnel

Software Development Specialist, Managerial-Professional
402-472-6672
4-H Youth Development Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-334-5666
Extension Educator, Learning Child
402-461-7209
Engagement Zone Coordinator, Extension Educator
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
402-727-2775
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-336-2760
Early Childhood Education Specialist, Extension Specialist
402-472-6578
Development Manager, 4-H Foundation, Managerial-Professional
402-472-1117
Assistant Professor, Extension Specialist
402-472-2957
Learning Child, Assistant Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-345-3390
Interim Dean & Director, Associate Dean and Associate Director
402-472-2966
Science Education Specialist, Extension Specialist
402-472-2718
4-H Youth Development Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-461-7209
Professional Development Coordinator, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-472-2966
Youth Development Specialist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
402-472-9020
Urban Program Coordinator, 4-H Youth Development, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-444-7804
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
Program Areas:
308-772-3311

Departments

Resources

Screenshot of the website Mapping Services

Mapping Services

Nebraska Mapping Services | Nebraska
Shared By: Nic Colgrove
Screenshot of the website Co-parenting for Successful Kids

Co-parenting for Successful Kids

Co-Parenting Classes | Nebraska Extension | Court Approved
Shared By: Linda Reddish
Screenshot of the website A Phenomenological Study of Millennial Generation Cooperative Extension Educators' Development of Core Competencies

A Phenomenological Study of Millennial Generation Cooperative Extension Educators' Development of Core Competencies

The purpose of this qualitative research study was to describe the experiences that contribute to the development of core competencies among Millennial Generation, county-based Extension educators in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Division. Fourteen educators were randomly purposefully selected to participate in the study. Participants were born in 1977 or later as determined by Tapscott (2009). Educators’ tenure in Cooperative Extension ranged from two months to seven years. Three
Shared By: Dave Varner

Click2SciencePD

Click2SciencePD offers STEM professional development resources for out-of-school time programs.
Shared By: Saundra Frerichs
Screenshot of the website Nebraska 4-H Youth Development

Nebraska 4-H Youth Development

Nebraska 4-H reaches 1 in 3 age eligible youth in our state. 4-H empower young people with the skills to lead for life.
Nebraska 4-H | Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Shared By: Saundra Frerichs

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