Evaluation Expert Jay Jayaratne on 18 Years – So Far! – at NC State
Our faculty feature for the month of May is on Jay Jay Jayaratne, AEE faculty member and state leader for extension evaluation. He discusses how his research, teaching, and extension work helps make sure that extension education in our state is effective.
La Toya Hardin ‘22 on Supporting Fellow Veterans Through Family Life Coaching
La Toya Hardin, Army veteran and YFCS Graduate Student, discusses her path from the military to the YFCS graduate program and her focus on veteran mental health support.
AEHS 557 – Personal Philosophy of Volunteer Management Statement
In the April post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from AEE Undergraduate Student Grace Baucom from the AEHS 557 course. The assignment focused on creating a personal philosophy for volunteer management.
Chrissy Haynes ‘07 ‘19 Serves Her Community as Montgomery County Extension Director
Chrissy Haynes, a YFCS alumni, discusses her path from intern to county director within cooperative extension over the course of 15 years.
Helping Students, Helping Families: A Conversation with Annie Hardison-Moody
YFCS Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Annie Hardison-Moody, discusses her path to becoming a tenure track faculty member and provides advice for graduate students.
Lucas Seijo ‘22 on Internships, Oaks Leadership Scholars Program, and Future Plans
Senior AHS student, Lucas Seijo, discusses his passion for agricultural and politics and how they became a double major and a future goal.
Harnett County Schools Superintendent Aaron Fleming ‘00, ‘03 Grateful for Wolfpack Roots
Harnett County Superintendent, Aaron Fleming, discusses how NC State provided him the tools to be successful as an agricultural educator that transitioned to an administrator.
“A Vastly Rewarding Experience”: Joseph Donaldson’s Career-Long Commitment to Excellence in Extension Education
AEE Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Joseph Donaldson, discusses his passion for extension education and mentoring agricultural and extension students.
Amira Alexander ‘15, ‘22 on Family Life, Community Empowerment, and Purpose
YFCS graduate student, Amira Alexander, discusses how NC State has influenced her family life, community empowerment, and purpose.
Alumni Spotlight: Ivery Turns Passion into a Career
YFCS Alumni, Niambi Ivery, discusses how the program assisted her with a career change and provided her with the tools and skills to excel in her new career path.