Current work, research and interests
Brian focuses on youth leadership and citizenship, specifically with the County 4-H Ambassador program. He also works with aquatic robotics and other 4-H robotics programming.
Brian also provides leadership to regional camping experiences in southwest Minnesota, focusing on training camp counselors to lead and deliver camp experiences. He teams up with staff he supervises to provide a high-quality 4-H experience.
Academic degrees and experience
M. Ed. in human resource development, University of Minnesota
- B.A. in sociology/minor in anthropology, Southwest State University
McNeill, B., Jirik, P., Courneya, L., & Rugg, B. (Feb. 2012). “Creating New Program Opportunities with Specialized Staff” Journal of Extension.
McNeill, B. (Oct. 2010). “The Important Role Non-parental Adults have with Youth Learning Leadership” Journal of Extension.
Extension Regional Office, Morris