Tips for Teens

April 18, 2020

We, at Ohio State University Extension (OSUE), know COVID-19 has had an impact on all of us, especially our teens. To help, educators at OSUE Family and Consumer Sciences have created a “how to” video series, Tips for Teens. Each video offers information about life skills from basic car maintenance, doing laundry, cleaning a bathroom, folding a fitted bed sheet to making healthy snacks  and shakes. The new weekly series, Tips for Teens, is designed to help teens develop some awareness, knowledge, skills, and aspirations about life readiness.

Tips for Teens is a great way to learn how to do a task, and each video takes less than five minutes. The videos get teens focused on what matters: Gaining confidence!

Publish Date Topic Link Created by
4/14/2020 Laundry Basics youtu.be/xd5rdZmXFfc Lorrissa Dunfee
4/21/2020 Don't Let 'Em Drive You Crazy youtu.be/0BP8hZqnXLc Joseph Maiorano
4/28/2020 Good Impressions & Interview Skills youtu.be/1mEZ9ayiang 4-H Trumbull Teen Leaders
5/05/2020 Checking Car Oil

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Lorrissa Dunfee
5/12/2020 Basic First Aid youtu.be/IYy-SywcfN4 4-H Trumbull Teen Leaders
5/19/2020 How to Change a Tire youtu.be/qsQjW36BAZM Bridget Britton
5/26/2020 Get out there and Fail! youtu.be/MeODeaDcbMo Joseph Maiorano
6/2/2020 How to Make a Smoothie youtu.be/bxzX819wMAw Heather Reister
6/9/2020 Basic Banking youtu.be/4vnWlO4BxA8 4-H Seneca Co. Teen Leaders
6/16/2020 How to Write a Check youtu.be/cEDpl0GE6MA Katie Schlagheck
6/23/2020 Basic Budgeting youtu.be/so_MT7cFhak 4-H Seneca Co. Teen Leaders
6/30/2020 Making Gacamole youtu.be/l9wJKSKOemE Pat Brinkman
7/6/2020 Cultivating Cultural Intelligence   Joseph Maiorano

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