These resources will help your program access the most current evaluation materials, paraprofessional training resources, marketing and recruitment examples, social media and technology content, and EFNEP logos and style guide.
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New EFNEP Adult Questionnaire
Five-page pdf document with space for a university logo on the last page. The logo can be added using Adobe Acrobat Pro or DC software. Using the ‘edit pdf’ function, the words ‘placeholder for university logos’ can be deleted. Using the ‘add image’ function, a University logo can be inserted.
New EFNEP Adult Questionnaire 4pg
Four-page pdf document with no logo option, narrower margins, and less white space. Although this is not optimal, we realize that budgets are tight and some programs may need to decrease printing costs as much as possible.
New EFNEP Adult Questionnaire BW 4pg
New EFNEP Adult Questionnaire BW
EFNEP IRB Coordinator Toolkit
This document was produced by the EFNEP IRB Taskforce to address EFNEP’s possible need for IRB review and approval at local institutions. It does not address IRB review and approval related to EFNEP specific research.
WebNEERs SPS files
SPS files (Create the working file FPAQ 2018; Adult End of Year Syntax FPAQ 2018; Youth Label Syntax; Youth Syntax 2017; EFNEP Data ERROR Check Syntax) hosted on Google Drive. Please email email@example.com for assistance if you cannot access Google Drive.
2014 EFNEP Southern Region Conference Social Media Committee Presentation
Slides from the social media committee’s presentation at the 2014 EFNEP Southern Region Conference about communicating with and engaging potential participants on popular social media sites.
2014 EFNEP Conference Social Media Committee Presentation
How EFNEP programs can use social media to recruit for classes, maintain communication with participants, and offer support and encouragement as individuals strive to improve their eating and exercise habits.
2015 EFNEP Conference EFNEP Social Media Committee Coordinators Needs Assessment and Future Directions
An explanation of the EFNEP social media working group that brainstorms ways EFNEP workers can use online resources in their state programs.