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Debi Lang and Sharon Grundel on Youth Program Ingredients: How to Measure Success and Tell the Story

We are Debi Lang and Sharon Grundel, with the Massachusetts Area Health Education Center Network (MassAHEC) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Center for Health Policy and Research. MassAHEC supports health career exploration programs for diverse youth. Through four community-based AHEC Centers and 19 chapters of HOSA – Future Health Professionals (a national student-led …

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EEE TIG Week: Mary Arnold on Program Quality Matters for Youth Development

Hello! My name is Mary Arnold, I am a professor and 4-H Youth Development Specialist at Oregon State University. In my Extension specialist role, I get to work in that liminal space between research and practice. In this space I spend a great deal of time translating research into effective youth development practice in 4-H …

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Debi Lang on The Importance of Learning Objectives in Program Design and Evaluation

Hello from Debi Lang with the Massachusetts Area Health Education Center Network (MassAHEC) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Center for Health Policy and Research. I last published an aea365 post on how evaluation and program staff collaborated to establish a competency-based model for a range of MassAHEC Health Careers Promotion and Preparation (HCPP) …

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