Tiffany Sessions

Tiffany Sessions

Nebraska Extension Educator | 4-H Youth Development

Education

  • M.A. Sociology from University of Nebraska Omaha; emphasis Urban Education
  • B.S. in Organizational Sociology from the University of Nebraska Omaha

Extension Education Focus

Tiffany Sessions operates as the STEM Educator for Nebraska Extension in Douglas-Sarpy Counties. She is a passionate youth development professional who seeks to empower ALL young people in identifying and cultivating their strengths and gifts. She received both her Bachelors and Master’s Degrees from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in the field of Sociology, emphasis’ in Urban Education. She has spent her professional career working in various capacities in the youth development field. During three years of her graduate career, she worked at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Service Learning Academy as a Graduate Assistant assisting educators and community partners in the facilitation and coordination of over 15 impactful service-learning projects for youth at various stages of learning. In 2015, she accepted a position as Project Manager for an unprecedented national program called Imagine Science. Imagine Science is the collaborative undertaking of four of Omaha’s largest youth development organizations - Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands, Girls Inc. of Omaha, YMCA of Greater Omaha, and UNL Extension/4-H – to ensure that under-represented youth in grades 4-8 are provided with cutting-edge STEM experiences in efforts to bridge the gap in STEM learning. In 2018, she has joined the 4-H team as an Extension Assistant and has most recently been promoted to STEM Educator where she will be leading the charge to ensure that Douglas-Sarpy youth have access to innovative and cutting edge STEM-focused program opportunities. She desires to work closely with educators and community leaders to ensure that programs offered are aligned with the standards of Douglas-Sarpy schools and are cultivating skillsets required for tomorrow’s problem solvers. If interested in learning more about 4-H STEM programming or would like to have Tiffany design a unique program to meet your school’s needs, feel free to contact her by email at tiffany.sessions@unl.edu or by phone at 402-444-7869.


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