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2013 4-H Military Partnership Meeting
Chad Sheldon
Army Child, Youth & School Services
Our mission is to provide Soldiers, Civilians and their Families with a
quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.
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Operation: Military Kids
• Focus on Sustainment / Mission Support
• Shift from Grant Funding to Army NAF Contract
• OMK Personnel Update
• National OMK website changes in negotiation
•OMK monthly report changes under
development
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Operation: Military Kids (OMK)
OMK School-Age & Youth Program Delivery System
Off-Post Partnerships
(e.g., 4-H Clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs, the American Legion, Schools, Child Care Aware® of America, the American Red Cross, YMCAs, etc. )
OMK School-Age & Youth Program Framework (The Four Service Areas)
Sports, Fitness & Health Options
Life Skills, Citizenship & Leadership Opportunities
Baseline-Programming Requirements (Non-Bolded=Optional):
• Youth Sponsorship
• Resiliency Skills
• Leadership & Citizenship Development
• Workforce/Career Preparation
• Teen Councils (i.e., YLEAD & ANGTP)
• Mobile Technology Labs
Baseline-Programming Requirements:
• Get Fit-Be STRONG
• 7 Habits of Healthy Teens
• Up for the Challenge
• Fitness & Health Skills
Arts, Recreation & Leisure Activities
Baseline-Programming Requirements (Non-Bolded=Optional):
• Camps
• Month of the Military Child
• Operation: Boots ON
• Operation: Boots OFF
• Family Hero Packs
• Deployment: it’s not a Game
• Babysitter Training
• Ready, Set, Go! Community Awareness
• Speak Out for Military Kids (SOMK)
Academic Support, Mentoring & Intervention Services
Baseline-Programming Requirements:
• Homework Assistance
• Tutoring & Credit Recovery
• Risk-Management & Prevention
• Bullying Prevention
• Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)
Applied throughout the OMK School-Age & Youth Program Framework
Directed & Self-Directed
Programming
Individual, Small- & LargeGroup Programming
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Intentional Programming
Youth/Adult Partnerships
Character Education
Selected 4-H & BGCA Resources
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Service-Learning
Experiential Learning
High-Yield Learning
Technology Integration
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Operation: Military Kids Contract
• OMK is funded by a contract, not a grant
beginning 1 April 2013
• Performance measures based upon state team’s
approved plan of work and budget
• Must invoice Army at the beginning of the
performance period to receive funds
• Funds must be executed during the performance
period
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Army 4-H Clubs and Support Staff
• Continue formal agreement between IMCOM G9
CYS Services and USDA/NIFA
• Contracting with Boys & Girls Clubs of America
for installation technical assistance for youth
programming including 4-H clubs and technology
support
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Points of Contact
Chad Sheldon, IMCOM G-9, Army CYS Services
210-466-1086
[email protected]
Larry Dixon, IMCOM G-9, Army CYS Services
210-466-1076
[email protected]
Brian St. John, IMCOM G-9, Army CYS Services
210-466-1099
[email protected]
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