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1. East Texas Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
presentations, career fairs, health fair exhibits and health included Family days, a program planning, and health careers; Experience Gerontology to promote the field

2. Missouri 4-H: Letters To New Leaders #3: Planning And Conducting 4-H Club Meetin
planning and Conducting 4H Club Meetings to prepare for contests and fairs. Your club can variety of field trips, tours and special activity days. Sometimes you teach them more
Letters to New Leaders #3:
Planning and Conducting 4-H Club Meetings
[To get a PDF version of this document, click the button to the left.] Dear Leader: By now you may have questions about planning and conducting your 4-H club meetings. This letter includes information about the basic, everyday ingredients of a successful 4-H meeting.
Club officers and committees
Club officers are an important part of the leadership team in the 4-H club. Being an officer gives the member an opportunity to develop and practice leadership skills and responsibility. The following 4-H officers are usually elected in each club:
  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Reporter
  • Recreation Leader
Some other officers the club may want to elect include photographer, historian, and coordinators for the scrapbook, clean-up and field trips. There are special instruction sheets and materials for each of the primary offices. These publications can be ordered through your local University Outreach and Extension office. Because one of the goals of 4-H is to develop leadership skills, all members should have an opportunity to be an officer or committee chair. Some large clubs have members fill an office or committee chair for half the year. Others have junior and senior officers. Both approaches give more members an opportunity for formal leadership. Committees can be used to help the 4-H club function smoothly as well as to provide opportunities for more people to be involved. Committee membership need not be limited to club members. Club leaders and parents are encouraged to become involved in assisting 4-H'ers with planning and supervising various club activities, but members should be involved in decisions and carry them out.

3. Family And Community Resources And Economic Development Funded Projects
fairs and field days provide an opportunity for Vermont youths and H's in 4HHead,Heart, Hands, and health. five teens served on the planning committee for
Family and Community Resources and Economic Development General ES-USDA. Women's Agricultural Network. Women who own or operate farms or agricultural businesses are a minority. The Women's Agricultural Network (WAgN) is designed to provide business education and technical assistance to help women choose agriculture as a vocation. WAgN strives to increase the number of women owning and operating farms and ag-related businesses. The 24-hour curriculum, Growing Places, has been delivered to 135 participants. More than 120 women have attended one of 10 technical workshops offered between October 1998 and April 1999. A total of 55 women have received WAgN scholarships to attend a business start-up course with 48 of them completing business plans. (L. Frey, M. Peabody) ES-USDA: Water Quality. Local water quality protection through effective conservation commissions: Spreading the word about specific strategies. Information on specific water quality protection techniques is of value to Vermont's conservation commissioners and others involved with water issues. This project will prepare and distribute written materials based on findings from earlier research. Three factsheets Inventory to Action, Participating in Permitting

4. IS&EE Organizations
purpose sites within the city planning area South tours, exhibits at county fairs,health fairs, public events teens, farmerto-farmer field days and workshops
Organizations (may have field sites)
O1 - American River Parkway Foundation
O2 - Cache Creek Conservancy

O3 - California Department of Fish and Game

O4 - California Native Plant Society
O18 - Yolo County Resource Conservation District
Jacquie Swaback, Executive Director
American River Parkway Foundation
P.O. Box 188437
Sacramento, CA 95818
Phone: (916) 456-7423
Fax: (916) 455-4632
  • Educational Programs: Special events, exhibits/information at fairs, work days Type of Resources: Newsletter, restoration demonstration areas, urban riparian corridor Audience: Central Valley residents Annual Total Audience: Varies Program Cost: Free Program Goals: Preservation and restoration of American River Parkway through education and volunteer labor Special Features: Miles of recreation and natural area through Sacramento
Organizational Information
  • Type: Non-profit Personnel: 2 .5 staff, many volunteers Public Opportunities for Involvement: Restoration work days, Down River Day, Adopt-a-Mile, Great American River Clean Up Collaborations: Numerous corporations, other non-profits

5. D Is For Difference
However, firefighters aren't equipped for longrange planning and long-term project Wehave a presence at health fairs, school field days and most
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6. Models Of Christian Witness In Health Care
area coordinators, field assistants, and staff of Integrated health Centres overall administration, educational planning and allocation of areas which mean days of trekking in
Models of Christian Witness in Health Care. An international study by Health Development International, funded by World Vision Taiwan. 1994-1997 Part II: Models of Integration 5. Life Abundant Programme in Cameroon (Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board working in partnership with the North American Baptist Conference) Daphne Dunger, RN, MA and Anne Gewe, RN, MSN It began as the vision of a missionary nurse. It's purpose is to enable underserved communities through their local Cameroon Baptist Convention churches to share abundant life (wholistic well-being) within the context of their environment, culture and Christian beliefs. How it began Furthermore, patients were brought to the hospital too late, only to die on arrival. This was done not only by those living great distances but those living a stone's throw from the hospital doors. Patients absconded from the wards (usually in the night) to get further treatment from witch doctors when their healing seemed too slow. To see students "freeze" in the middle of a role-play on the first aid care of a convulsing epileptic patient, fearful that touching the foaming saliva would give them the disease (even though the pathophysiology had already been discussed), showed the reality of unchanged worldviews and the need for culturally sensitive teaching within the context of daily living. On weekends when there was opportunity to visit outlying churches, especially the small ones in remote villages, my heart would ache as I saw that though Christ was named and God was worshipped, most often other gods were also included and invoked for their blessings and protection. Most of these small churches had only well-meaning church helpers (laymen with little or no Bible training) serving as pastors. The people had not been able to learn adequately and just could not understand.

7. Maricopa Skill Centers
find them, we attend hundreds of career days, job fairs Now in the planning stages,construction on an expanded students can then continue in the field of their
A Division of
GateWay Community College
About Us Training Programs
Enrollment Information
General Information ... WELCOME JOHN UNDERWOOD!
Maricopa Skill Center, Executive Director

8. HPP Planning Circle
Stress Management, Drug Education and health Promotion Program planning. with 20 yearsexperience in the fitness field. heritage and their early days of coming Circle/
Planning Circle David Asetoyer
Daniel Bejar

Kym Cravatt

Jane Dumas
Rachael Tracy
The Planning Circle takes great pride in helping to provide the vision, direction, and heart beat for the conferences and trainings that Health Promotion Programs conducts. David Asetoyer (Comanche)
Program Development Specialist
Health Promotion Programs
Norman, OK David comes from a multicultural background. His family is Comanche, Anglo and Mexican, and he is very proud of all three influences. He participates in Native American ceremonies and believes strongly in these traditional ways. After embarking upon an eight year journey to obtain a four year degree, David proudly earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He also is a level II certified chemical dependency counselor. Currently, David is a Program Development Specialist for the Health Promotion Programs at the University of Oklahoma. After living away from Oklahoma for a number of years, David is happy to be grounded once again in the eka sokoobi (red earth) of Chickasha where he lives with his cat, Giselle, and three guitars that he is determined to one day learn to play.

9. UCLA Department Of Community Health Sciences
satisfaction survey, assisted with field testing of CA Assisted the director in planning,implementation, and events for the polio national immunization days.
UCLA School of Public Health
Department of
Community Health Sciences (CHS)
CHS Internship Sites
T he following is a listing of organizations that have hosted MPH interns from our department. Each listing also includes a brief description of what interns accomplished. As you will see, our interns are placed in a multitude of agencies domestically and internationally. For more information, contact Mike Prelip, MPH, CHS Field Program Supervisor at (310) 825-4506 or by email Recent Field Studies: American Heart Association

Evaluated state-wide HeartFest school site nutrition program, survey design and implementation, restructured volunteer speakers bureau.
Conducted a marketing analysis of 4 key site areas (schoolsite, worksite, healthsite, communitysite) for program delivery. Designed evaluation instruments for various programs. American Lung Association - LA Chapter
Wrote program curricula and gathered information on asthma medications and technologies available through pharmaceutical companies. Recruited facilitators to teach curricula in schools. American Red Cross - LA Chapter
Assessed recruitment needs and weaknesses of volunteer function and developed action plan to meet identified goals for chapter.

10. M1037 Extension Volunteer Programs
Program planning in the Community using skills to health Issues understandingthe helping role. such as the Annual Conservation field days sponsored by
Extension Volunteer Programs
Volunteers represent an important part of the Extension delivery system in Mississippi. Being a volunteer gives you the satisfaction of working with many people throughout the state and a satisfaction in knowing you provide training and experience to those who really need it. Everyone has valuable skills to share, and there are those who need to learn certain skills. Volunteers get involved in many activities that are unfamiliar to them. Using the resources available through the Extension Service, you can gain a working knowledge in any area you chose. In doing so, you are able to engage people more effectively in community service to help solve local problems. This brochure provides information about the Volunteer Programs offered through Mississippi State University Extension Service.
Master Teacher in Family Life
Master Teacher in Family Life volunteers live in limited-resource communities. These volunteers are trained to educate fellow residents about important issues in the areas of health, the family, education, and employment. They also create and sustain a network of those who want to make changes in these areas. The program is unique because it empowers individuals within communities to create and support long-term changes. Volunteer training includes the following topics:

11. Community Health
A variety of tasks from education to planning. with a professional, depending on theintern’s field of study. care and paid time off after ninety days of work
Community Health Internship Directory Salt Lake County Alta View Hospital 9660 South 1300 East, Sandy, UT 84094 801-501-2600 or 801-501-2601 Contact: Human Resources Department Alliance For Children Contact: Kathie Carter Hours: This is a non-paid internship with a flexible schedule. Opportunities: Field work involves monitoring day care facilities and their providers to make sure they are safe for children. Office work, etc. Possible job openings available. Requirements: Available in other counties. Altius Health Plans 10421 South Jordan Gateway, South Jordan, UT 84095 Contact: Carrie Swader 4500 South 1414 East, Suite #2, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 Contact: Dr. Silverman Hours: This is a non-paid internship unless grants are given for specific projects. They offer flexible schedules and the amount of hours depends on the number of hours needed for the internship. Opportunities: Community outreach - setting up a program in Utah County, setting up support groups, working on legislation to be passed, Memory Walk. Excellent internship for those interested in gerontology. American Cancer Society 941 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106

12. Food And Health Communications Products Database
for recipe modification; Overheads for menu planning and shopping; This fun, fieldtestedgame will help your clients in new condition within 45 days and you

13. Food And Health Communications Products Database
recipe modification; Overheads for menu planning and shopping; professionals needresources for competency in the field. in new condition within 45 days and you

14. Share Our Strength - Operation Frontline®--What's Cooking?
people participated in Operation Frontline health fairs and other learned budgetingand financial planning skills through 14 9th12th for four days of training
See What We Do
Taste of the Nation

Operation Frontline

Operation Frontline Overview

Local Programs
Learn About Share Our Strength's Funds at Work

National Update for Share Our Strength's Operation Frontline Nationally Sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc.
April 2, 2002
Manuel D., Operation Frontline Kids Up Front Participant, New York, NY
1. Operation Frontline provides record number of classes 2. Operation Frontline Staff Gathers for Annual Retreat 3. Getting things done with AmeriCorps*VISTA From September to December, a total of 933 participants were served through 79 six-week nutrition class series - the greatest number of classes ever offered during the fall session! An additional 2,393 people participated in Operation Frontline health fairs and other nutrition-related events and 141 learned budgeting and financial planning skills through 14 Your Money, Your Choices classes. These classes were made possible by the 284 individuals who contributed 5,575 volunteer hours to Operation Frontline this period - including 60 new culinary and nutrition professionals who were trained to teach Operation Frontline classes.

15. Health Literacy Month
they partner with current experts in the field of family offered at their organizationaltraining days this year They are also planning research on the topic of
Health Literacy Month:
A summary report of who did what across North America in 2000 and 2001 and what people are planning for 2002.
Many organizations and individuals across the US and Canada participated in Health Literacy Month. Click here to put yourself on the map for 2000, 2001 and/or 2002. To view participants in countries other than the United States, Canada, or Mexico, please click here Click on the states marked with a red tack to see how people are participating in Health Literacy Month. UNITED STATES of AMERICA ARIZONA:
Health Literacy Month 2001:
Ideas 2 Action is sharing information about health literacy, contacting their local media, and contacting political representatives. For more information, contact: Linda Simpson

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Paula De Leon Molinsky
Health Literacy Month 2001: California Literacy is hosting a Task Force meeting of prominent representatives from the fields of health care, adult education, public health, academia, and health insurance. The Task Force will create an Action Agenda for the state of California. The overall effort is termed the California Health Literacy Initiative. For more information, contact:

16. Education World ® : School Administrators: FROM THE P-FILES: Principals Share P
Parents help at book fairs, field days, schoolpicture days, car washes Many werenot planning to use the curriculum as it was meant to be used because

School Administrators Center
Archives: VIEW ALL ARTICLES Funding ... Community School Administrators Article S C H O O L A D M I N I S T R A T O R S A R T I C L E
FROM THE P-FILES: Principals Share Parent Involvement Ideas
This month, Education World asked a number of principals to tell us about ways their teachers involve parents in the classroom and the school. Dozens of ideas flooded our e-mailbox! Here we share some of those great ideas! Included: More than 30 practical ideas for including parents across the grades! This month, we asked the principals who are members of Education World's P-Files team (see Calling All Principals ) to tell us about ways their teachers involve parents in the classroom and the school. Dozens of ideas flooded our e-mailbox! Here we share some of those great ideas! Editor's note: The story that follows has dozens of ideas for involving parents in schools. After you read the story, please share your own experiences on a special parent involvement message board You know it in your heart. Open communication between home and school between parents and teachers can only help the kids in your classroom. Informed parents are willing participants; students who know that parents and teachers communicate are more likely to communicate too. You also know that involving parents with schools can be difficult.

17. MCHD: Health Education, Promotion And Training
The hours can be divided into 2 or 3 days. a fitness component; recreational activitiesand field trips and responsibility to assist with the planning of health
Health Education, Promotion and Training
For information on any of these Programs call: 221-2092 The programs of the Health Education, Promotion and Training Department reflect an operational goal, which has as its heart, a concern for all of the citizens of Marion County. That goal is: to collect and analyze data for the purpose of developing and implementing programs which will be directed toward the improvement of the health and well-being of all citizens of Marion County. Key definitions which guide and support these programs are: Health education "the continuum of learning which enables people, as individuals and as members of social structures, to voluntarily make decisions, modify behaviors and change social conditions in ways which are health enhancing" Health promotions "the aggregate of all purposeful activities designed to improve personal and public health through a
combination of strategies, including the competent
implementation of behavioral change strategies, health education, health protection measures, risk factor detection, health enhancement and health maintenance"

18. Career Center At The University Of Oregon
Assist in camp planning and organization Times and days flexible and dedicated individualshave joined teach For America to level the playing field for students

Students Faculty Employers ... Alumni Humanity and Environment Career Fair 2003
Participating Organizations Organizations Organizations Profile of Organizations Job Description Albertina Kerr Centers
The purpose of Albertina Kerr Centers is to serve the community by enhancing the self-esteem, improving the physical and mental health, and promoting the self responsibility of children and youth at risk, families in need, and individuals with developmental disabilities.
Treatment Counselor I, Treatment Counselor II, Mental Health Practitioner II. Americorps AmeriCorps is a network of national service program that engage more than 75,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Americorps members serve through more than 2,100 nonprofits, public agencies, and faith-based organizations. They tutor and mentor youth, build affordable housing, teach computer skills, clean parks and streams, run after-school programs, and help communities respond to disasters.

19. Faculty Evaluation
extended classroom activities such as field trips, etc guarantees; teach at nontraditionaltimes, days, and sites. B range career and educational planning; Serve as
Faculty Evaluation
Performance Evaluation Process for Full-Time Faculty

The purposes of student evaluation are to provide a comparative element, broad-scope feedback, and a general assessment of instructor effectiveness as perceived by students. C. ADMINISTRATIVE EVALUATION
The purposes of administrative evaluation are to provide the faculty member with information from a supervisory perspective, synthesize information from various components of the evaluation process, and assist in the development and implementation of a faculty professional development plan. II. EVALUATION PROCESS A. ANNUAL CYCLE
During the five-year probationary period for faculty members not on continuous appointment, administrative analysis and evaluation of professional performance will occur each year. Probationary faculty will complete an annual performance evaluation based upon:
  • Self-evaluation Student evaluation of each course taught each semester [minimum of two sections] Classroom observation by the respective dean at least once per academic year

20. Local Health Partnership Program A NIAMS Diversity Outreach Initiative Metropoli
Community members must be included in planning, implementing, and evaluating Theyshould be available on the days and during the Tutorials and field trips for
Health Information Health Topics Order Publications Studies with Patients Patient Research Registries ... NIAMS Coalition Members Search NIAMS
Outreach Programs
Local Health Partnership Program
A NIAMS Diversity Outreach Initiative Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Area Health Promotion Plan Appendix - Community Partners Description of the Institute and its Mission The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) is a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The NIAMS leads the Federal effort on research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases, the training of basic and clinical scientists to carry out this research, and the dissemination of information on research progress to improve public health. The NIAMS supports and conducts basic, clinical, and epidemiologic research and research training at universities and medical centers throughout the Nation, as well as through the Intramural Research Program at the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland, which is focused on diseases affecting millions of Americans.

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