Resources for Extension Program Development
|20 Ways to Save at the Grocery Store||
Learn how to save money. If you shop smart, you can live on a tight budget and still have a healthy diet. Get the most out of your food dollar by adopting the following practices.
|Apr 29, 2015||348-722 (HNFE-295NP)|
|20 Maneras de Economizar en el Supermercado||Apr 18, 2016||348-722S (HNFE-332S)|
|4-H Family Nutrition Program Lesson Log Grades 1-12||Dec 2, 2011||360-005|
|Group Attendance Log||Apr 10, 2015||360-009(HNFE-282NP)|
|Family Nutrition Program Adult SNAP-ED Lesson Log||Jan 29, 2014||360-023 (HNFE-195NP)|
|4-H FNP (EFNEP/SNAP-Ed) Group Enrollment Family Nutrition Program||May 23, 2014||360-093 (HNFE-206NP)|
|Take Charge of Your Health||
Take Charge of Your Health is a promotional flyer for potential adult SNAP-Ed participants. This flyer encourages eligible adults to participate in the SNAP-Ed program to make healthy nutrition and physical activity behavior changes.
|Mar 17, 2014||360-302 (HNFE-188NP)|
|4-H Leader's Handbook||Jun 25, 2012||382-180|
|Working With Underserved and At-Risk Audiences||Jun 1, 2009||382-512|
|4-H Group Enrollment||Jun 14, 2016||388-001 (4H-632)|
|4-H Volunteer Application/Enrollment - Long Form VA-114||Jul 25, 2017||388-003 (4H-757NP)|
|Aplicación/Registro Para Voluntario de 4-H||Jun 10, 2016||388-003S (4H-608NP)|
|4-H One Time/Occasional Volunteer Form||Jul 25, 2017||388-004 (4H-758NP)|
|4-H Group Enrollment Summery||Jun 9, 2016||388-005 (4H-631)|
|Parent Interest List - 4H Parent Inventory Card||Mar 11, 2016||388-006 (4H-587)|
|4-H Virtual Farm Bookmark||Oct 21, 2015||388-016(4H-526)|
|Leadership Pins Order||Nov 16, 2016||388-032 (4H-699)|
|Accident/Incident Report||Jun 19, 2014||388-034 (4H-305NP)|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Equine Release, Waiver, and Indemnification Statement||Jun 19, 2014||388-035 (4H-304NP)|
|4-H Event Medication Form||Sep 7, 2012||388-036|
|Virginia 4-H Camping Specialized Program/Class Description||Sep 7, 2012||388-037|
|Standards of Behavior for Virginia 4-H Volunteers||
Trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship are the six core ethical values which the CHARACTER COUNTS! program calls the “Six Pillars of Character.” These values reflect those of the Virginia 4-H program and each 4-H member, volunteer, and staff member should strive to practice these values. The following standards for 4-H volunteers identify how these values will be reflected in volunteer performance. These standards help to ensure the safety and well-being of all 4-H participants and the integrity of the 4-H program.
|Nov 18, 2015||388-044 (4H-535NP)|
|Normas de Comportamiento para los Voluntarios de 4-H de Virginia||
La confiabilidad, el respeto, la responsabilidad, la equidad, la solidaridad y el civismo son los seis valores éticos fundamentales a los que el programa ¡EL CARÁCTER CUENTA! llama los “Seis Pilares del Carácter”. Estos valores reflejan los valores del programa 4-H de Virginia, y cada miembro, voluntario y miembro del personal de 4-H debe esforzarse en practicarlos. Las siguientes normas para los voluntarios de 4-H identifican cómo estos valores se reflejarán en el desempeño voluntario. Estas normas son útiles para garantizar la seguridad y el bienestar de todos los participantes de 4-H y la integridad del programa 4-H.
|Apr 1, 2016||388-044S (4H-535SNP)|
|Records Retention Schedule for 4-H Forms||Feb 21, 2018||388-050 (4H-778NP)|
|Risk Management Planning Worksheet for 4-H Programming||Sep 6, 2012||388-051|
|4-H Media Release Form||May 1, 2014||388-054 (4H-206NP)|
|Formulario de comunicado de prensa de 4-H||
In return for your providing me with the opportunity to participate in and support the worthwhile educational project as consideration, I hereby grant Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (“Virginia Tech”) the absolute and irrevocable right and permission to record me – my image, voice, performance and comments - for use in any of its programs or publications, with or without use of my name.
|Sep 18, 2015||388-054S (VCE-449)|
|Virginia 4-H Camping Handbook||Mar 6, 2015||388-562 (4H-401NP)|
|Virginia 4-H Camping||May 1, 2014||388-536 (4H-296)|
|Move Over World We're Making Changes!||Sep 6, 2012||388-584|
|Move Over World||Sep 6, 2012||388-585|
|4-H Health History Report Form||Nov 3, 2016||388-906 (4H-696NP)|
|Formulario de 4-H Sobre Historia de Salud||Jul 27, 2016||388-906s (4H-604s)|
|4-H Adult Health History Report Form||Jan 29, 2014||4H-224|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Guide to Virginia 4-H Programming Resources||Oct 15, 2015||4H-529NP|
|Methods and Procedures: Determining the Use Value of Agricultural and Horticultural Land in Virginia||
Virginia law allows for localities adopting a program of special assessments for agriculture, horticulture, forestry and/or open space lands for their land to be taxed based on the value of the land in one of these four uses (use value) instead of its market value. This document describes methods and procedures used to calculate use values for agriculture and horticulture land based on an income and rental rate approach.
|Aug 3, 2016||446-011 (AAEC-118NP)|
|Why Use-value Estimates Can Differ Between Counties||May 1, 2009||446-013|
|One Time/Occasional Volunteer Application/Enrollment Short Form VA-114S||Jul 25, 2017||490-800 (VCE-891NP)|
|Volunteer Application/Enrollment Long Form VA-114||Jul 25, 2017||490-801 (VCE-892NP)|
|Frequently Asked Questions About Virginia's Use Value Assessment Program||Sep 24, 2015||AAEC-39P (AAEC-102P)|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Volunteers: Extending Knowledge and Improving Lives||
Extension volunteers educate and engage the public; develop community through social connections; serve as knowledgeable and credible resources; advocate for Virginia Cooperative Extension; and are prepared leaders.
|Apr 9, 2015||VCEP-27NP|