VIRUS OR NO VIRUS, CFAES OUTREACH CONTINUED

VIRUS OR NO VIRUS, CFAES OUTREACH CONTINUED

Once Ohio’s coronavirus restrictions began, CFAES made a fast pivot to deliver public outreach virtually. Faculty and staff quickly created alternatives for programs including SNAP-Ed classes and Master Gardener Volunteer training.

Ohio 4-H camps, usually attended by hundreds of youth every summer, speedily developed socially distanced options, such as Muskingum County’s “Camp at Home.”

The pivot was a learning experience, Muskingum County 4-H educator Jamie McConnell said in a press release. “It’s about how to persevere and that life doesn’t always go the way we expect,” she said (go.osu.edu/Bu2s). 
 


 

Here are some other outreach examples:
 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 

October 13, 2020 - 3:40pm -- brown.3384@osu.edu
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Once Ohio’s coronavirus restrictions began, CFAES made a fast pivot to deliver public outreach virtually. Faculty and staff quickly created alternatives for programs including SNAP-Ed classes and Master Gardener Volunteer training.

Ohio 4-H camps, usually attended by hundreds of youth every summer, speedily developed socially distanced options, such as Muskingum County’s “Camp at Home.”

The pivot was a learning experience, Muskingum County 4-H educator Jamie McConnell said in a press release. “It’s about how to persevere and that life doesn’t always go the way we expect,” she said (go.osu.edu/Bu2s). 
 


 

Here are some other outreach examples: