On May 12, 2016, the RNECE-South sponsored a webinar on collective impact. Collective Impact is an emerging strategy for collaboration that is quickly gaining popularity in the social sector. In this webinar, we will introduce the concepts and theories behind collective impact, and guest speakers will discuss how it can be used by SNAP-Ed and EFNEP agencies to strengthen outcomes, especially in policies, systems, and environmental change.
To view the webinar and slides, visit the RNECE-South website.
The SNAP-Ed Program Development Team, in partnership with the Regional Rural Development Centers (RRDCs), conducted a webinar on “Linking Community Development to Individual Choices: SNAP-Ed and Community Development Working Together.” To listen to the recorded webinar, visit http://msues.adobeconnect.com/p7ngvyyhlz5/.
Stay tuned to learn more about how we can help advance SNAP-ED’s efforts to engage community.
The SNAP-Ed/EFNEP South Regional Center of Excellence in Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention (RNECE-South) hosted the first of an ongoing series of training opportunities addressing Policy, Systems, and Environmental (PSE) Change in SNAP-Ed and EFNEP Programming on August 17, 2015. The 90-minute webinar featured an overview of PSE as it relates to SNAP-Ed and EFNEP guidance, specific examples of PSE strategies being used by programs in the RNECE-South region, and evaluation techniques and guidance from an expert in PSE implementation and evaluation.
For those who were unable to attend the online training or are interested in looking back at the information that was covered, the archived webinar (recording) and presentation slides (PDF) are available on the RNECE-South website.
Be sure to check out our website to stay informed about future events and opportunities provided by RNECE-South.
Aligning and Elevating University-Based Low-Income Nutrition Education through the Land-Grant University Cooperative Extension System report was prepared as part of a project funded by NIFA’s Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition in response to the request of two former ECOP Chairs, Douglas Steele and Daryl Buccholz, to facilitate increased visibility and improved alignment of EFNEP and SNAP-Ed through the Land-Grant University Cooperative Extension System. Recent developments in these programs make this report very timely. Recommendations are given for universities, the land-grant university system, and federal/national partners. The report may be found at http://www.nifa.usda.gov/nea/food/efnep/pdf/align_elevate_report.pdf.
A short 30 minute webinar was presented this past June to assist in how to use the report. It is a broad perspective of the report’s recommendations and findings. The recording may be accessed at http://uc-d.adobeconnect.com/p422zqdj4jf/.