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Cottonwood District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent Hays, Kansas
The Cottonwood Extension District is comprised of Barton and Ellis Counties. The district has a combined population of 54,332. This part of the state is noted for its oil production, as well as manufacturing and diversified farming and livestock operations. The district is home to Fort Hays State University and Barton Community College. District-wide, the 4-H Youth Development program involves 300 community club members in 18 clubs and 3,500 youth in nontraditional programs. Seven agents and several support staff serve the district. This position will provide leadership to the 4-H Youth Development program in the Hays office. Extension agents are professional educators who serve as a link between Kansas State University and communities across Kansas. Agents are jointly responsible to the director of K-State Research and Extension (represented by a designated administrator) and the local extension board. This position will lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive 4-H youth development program for school-aged youth in cooperation with local community members and extension colleagues. The primary focus of this position is youth development; along with adult volunteer development; youth education program development; community partnership expansion; and membership growth and participation. Programming will include but is not limited to: community club support, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create program opportunities with new and existing community partners.
State 4-H Youth Development Program Leader Manhattan, Kansas
K-State Research and Extension is seeking applications for a State 4-H Youth Development Program Leader. Kansas State University is a land grant university composed of ten colleges, the Graduate School, K-State Research and Extension, and Global Campus. 4-H Youth Development is a programmatic office within K-State Research and Extension. The on-campus unit consists of the Program Leader and eight 4-H youth development campus and area-based professional faculty/staff. Approximately 220 Extension agents in local units are devoted to the work of 4-H Youth Development, of which 35 have full time 4-H youth development programming responsibility. Kansas State University's 4-H Youth Development program serves a reported 50,000 youth annually through a traditionally strong community club, school enrichment, after-school, military, and other special interest programs and activities. ACADEMIC RANK: This position will be either a regular appointment or a tenured appointment. Applicants eligible for tenure should designate in cover letter desire to request academic tenure and desired academic discipline for the tenure home. Rank will be commensurate with credentials and experience.