E.Y.F.P: Community Hub Hunt

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Onslow EYFP Community Hub: Come and Join Us! We're recruiting EYFP's first community resource hubs that will implement at least one sustainable project and serve as a station for county information and resources. Ideal projects focus on opioid prevention, general health, literacy, agriculture, and/or technology fluency. Why become an EYFP Community Hub? Each week ALL instructional materials AND meals will be provided. Facilities that complete the program will be eligible for a FREE weekend camping retreat at a 4-H campsite. Learn more on our website: go.ncsu.edu/onsloweyfp-communityhub-info

The Objective

To recruit EYFP’s FIRST Community Resource Hubs that will implement at least ONE sustainable project and serve as a station for county information and resources. Ideal projects focus on opioid prevention, general health, literacy, agriculture, and/or technology fluency.


The Program

Selected facilities will complete training and participate in the TEN week Empowering Youth and Families (EYFP) program. The purpose of EYFP is to strengthen family relationships and help facilities prepare for the implementation of a community program.  EYFP programming will occur once per week for approximately two hours per meeting.  Each week, ALL instructional materials AND meals will be provided by NC State and Cooperative Extension. Additionally, facilities that complete the program will be eligible for a FREE weekend camping retreat at a 4H campsite.  During our weekly meetings, we will investigate lessons that review adolescent development, brain functionality, communication, and critical listening skills. We will also spend time understanding community needs and collaboration efforts. The program finale will involve the creation and execution of a community event, decided and planned by the facilities cohort (participants and facilitators). All program facilitators and participants will receive certificates of completion.


For Eligibility

Facilities that wish to apply must create a team of FIVE facilitators. Your facilitation team must sign up for training using the link below to be eligible for EYFP programming. Facilities MUST complete facilitation training and EYFP programming to become a community hub.


Deadlines

The deadline for submission of facilitation teams is June 11, 2022
Sign up here: EYFP Community Hub Training Application


Contact Onslow EYFP

Reach out to the Onslow County EYFP Coordinator, Albertia Burgess,for any questions or concerns regarding the Empowering Youth & Families Program.

Onslow EYFP Facebook

Onslow EYFP Website