CA 4-H Educational Technology Advisory Committee
Formerly the California 4-H Technology Leadership Team
The California 4-H Educational Technology Advisory Committee strengthens the awareness and utilization of technology in the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program.
Applications are due by May 31, 2016. Term is July 2016 through August 2017.
Candidates must have some type of technology experience which could include: photography, video production, website design, social media, computer hardware, live video streaming, SMS and QR communication, GPS/GIS, computer hardware support, graphic design, 3D imaging, smartphone applications, programming, biotech, engineering, technology & society. Apply at: Advisory Committees
- Act as an advisory body to the State 4-H Office for new educational technologies
- Provides resources regarding information technology to 4-H members and volunteers
- Presents educational technology workshops for 4-H members and volunteers
- Provides information technology (IT) support and enhances technology integration for area and statewide 4-H events
- Provides resources to 4-H Clubs to strengthen and enhance the use of technology
- Supports the California State 4-H Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative
The team is composed of 8-15 4-H members, volunteers and staff who serve a 14 month term starting July 1. Candidates must be 14 years of age as of July 1 of the year of their term.
Travel and registration fees are reimbursed by the State 4-H Office. The team is supported by The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation through The California 4-H Foundation, The Wentzel Family, and Hewlett-Packard.
- Connor Lydon, Santa Clara County
- Christian Redman, Orange County
- Liam McCormick, Marin County
- Zoe McCormick, Marin County
- Duncan Cline, Mendocino County
- Amanda Penicks, Riverside County
- Dennis Derickson, SLO County
- Ashlyn Aiu, San Mateo County
- Curtis Ullerich, Santa Clara County
- Virginia Lopez-Cantwell, Imperial County
- Kyle Kern, Kern County
Honorary Lifetime Members
- Kevin Wentzel, inducted 2003
- Steven Worker, inducted 2007
- Gregory McCauley, inducted 2011
- John Trammell, inducted 2015