Created Equal: How Class Matters in Our Lives is a handout from the Social Equity Leadership Conference 2016, held on Thursday, June 2, 2016. The facilitator was Shane Lloyd who received his Bachelors of Science degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He completed his Master of Public Health degree at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.
Created Equal: How Class Matters in Our Lives
Active Listening Tips Sheet
The Active Listening Tips Sheets created by BFRN, Northeast SARE, the University of Maine - Cooperative Extension provide prompts to help actively listen, tips to encourage sharing from the other party involved, words and phrases to avoid in a conversation, and phrases to use during evaluations.
Internship Agreement 2020
The University of Maryland Institute of Applied Agriculture (UM IAA) Internship Agreement is a contract between the student, the farm where they will be interning, and the internship coordinator. This template format includes contact information, job description, learning objectives, and evaluation plan, and can be applied generally for any combination of a mentor, mentee, and mentoring organization.
Internship Search Self-Assessment Form
The Internship Search Self-Assessment form was created by the University of Maryland Institute of Applied Agriculture in 2019. The IAA Internship Search Self- Assessment is a form for exploring various aspects of what one is looking for in their farming internship. The form focuses on skills types, industry, location, and work style.
The Ladder of Inference
The University of Maine - Cooperative Extension, funded through a Northeast Extension Risk Management Education Farm Coaching Project, created The Ladder of Inference to show how we convert observations into our beliefs and actions, and can be used in instances of conflict resolution and communication to separate the objective from the subjective.
Smalley Personality Inventory (Animal Personalities)
The DISC Personality Assessment, created by Sage Strategies, tests provides a questionnaire to figure out which of four different types of behavior is most prominent within the test taker, and gives descriptions and insights into that personality.
They also host a free personality test on the Sage Strategies website.
Feedback and Assessment
The Feedback and Assessment sheet compiled from various resources by Julie Sullivan, NAP Founding Mentor of the Quivira Coaltion, gives tools and tips for how and when to provide feedback, and various information regarding what is good feedback, and what to expect when giving feedback.
Emotional Intelligence Exercises
The Emotional Intelligence Exercises prepared by Positive Psychology provide worksheets and space for folks to improve their emotional intelligence. These exercises include increasing emotional awareness, and critically analyzing beliefs behind emotions.
Building Effective Mentoring Relationships - Mentoring Workbook
This resource was developed by SUNY Brockport's Student Life program and is a compilation of various mentoring resources and worksheets sourced from different publications and websites.
San Juan Ranch - Skills Checklists
These skills sheets are used at San Juan Ranch to conduct periodic skills assessments with their interns and apprentices to assess learning and mastery of the various skills taught on the ranch. These are used in conversation with each apprentice to assess and celebrate learning and identify areas for further improvement.