Extension Program Specialist I, Family Resource Management – Adult and Youth Programs
College Station, Texas 77843-2251
Angela McCorkle joined the Family Development and Resource Management (FDRM) unit as an Extension Assistant in August 2007. She has her B.S. in vocational home economics from the University of Nebraska, and she is pursuing her master’s degree at Kansas State University through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (IDEA).
In her position, Angela provides support for FDRM adult and youth programs, with a major focus on resource management. Her responsibilities include working with the 4-H Clothing and Textiles Advisory Board, providing support for the 4-H Clothing Project, serving as a liaison between Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) and the 4-H and Youth Development unit, and delivery of the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) program in schools.
In addition, she works with Extension specialists to develop or modify, and manage agent and volunteer leader training on family resource management-focused 4-H project guides, including 4-H FCS 101 training. She assists with other resource management programs, such as Money Smart, and the development of the resource management website.
For eight years prior to Angela’s current employment with Extension, she was a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher in Bryan I.S.D. She worked for the FDRM unit previously as an Extension Assistant and managed the Strengthening Our Capacity to Care program, which brought 4-H project involvement to first-time juvenile offenders. She was previously a county FCS Extension agent in Kansas.
Last updated: March 26, 2015