• Family Matters
    As youth development practitioners, we often focus on the needs of individual youth.
    However, research shows that considering the individual without considering
    the larger family and community system provides an incomplete picture of what
    must be done to achieve positive change.
    Learn More!
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    Cox, M. J., & Paley, B. (1997). Families as systems. Annual Review of
            Psychology, 48(1), 243-267. doi:10.1146/annurev.psych.48.1.243
  • Stay Active
    As a parent, you want to make sure that your child has the best opportunity for success. One way
    to accomplish that goal is by fighting obesity through activity. Research shows that overweight
    kids become overweight adults. With obesity on the rise, make sure that you are providing your
    kids with solid opportunities for activity.
    Learn More!
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Artifacts

Clemson University Masters of Science in Youth Development Leadership

Explore some of the artifacts that I created during the completion of the Masters program in Youth Development Leadership.

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  • Activity
  • Camping
  • Development
  • Diversity
  • Evaluation
  • Families
  • Families
  • Grants
  • Nature
  • Tech

How-To Guide/Lesson Plan for Mentoring Older Teens: Supporting Emotional Development (Using E-QYP)

Family Matters Newsletter

Can Early Childhood Activity Affect Future Fitness?

Increasing Family Involvement In Youth Development

After-school Fitness Activity and Education Program

Comprehensive Diversity Plan

SWOT Analysis of Crossover Athletics

Motivation of Employees and Volunteers in Youth Serving Organizations

Human Deficit Disorder

Impacts of Nature Connectedness to Research

Leadership Case Study

Explore 30 Discussion Board Summary

Family Dynamics Presentation

Crossover Athletics Basketball Developmental League Logic Model

Cultural Influences on Context: Education

Qualitative Evaluation; Alternative Program Evaluation Designs and Techniques

Effects of Technology on Youth

Assessment and Evaluation of Run Hard Running Teams

Developing Skills to Enact Change

Community Youth Development Plan

Run Hard Grant Proposal