Alameda County 4-H Program
University of California
Alameda County 4-H Program

Dr Charles Go

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4-H Youth Development Advisor - Alameda and Contra Costa Counties
University of California Cooperative Extension – Alameda County
224 W. Winton Avenue
Rm 134
Hayward, CA 94544
510-963-0659
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Biography

Charles G. Go, Ph.D. serves as a 4-H Youth Development Advisor for the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. He is charged with the 4-H Community Club program, which is the foundation of the UCCE youth education effort whose focus is to help “raise the next generation” of farmers, ranchers, and citizens in rural, suburban and urban areas. Participants (youth and their families) gain citizenship, leadership and life skills helping them to become contributing and productive citizens. He also conducts applied research projects that build community capacities to serve youth and inform public policies. Some highlights are the Oakland Our Kids Project, the Sexually Exploited Minors (SEM) Network, and Project GROW re-thinking the way we provide group therapy for youth in probation. His main interest is to conduct activities that are focused on prevention; that is the use of research to understand the nature of risky and violent behaviors and to encourage the formation of alternative activities in which youth can be engaged, especially for minority and immigrant populations.

Education

Ph.D. Human Development, University of California Davis. 1998

Specialty

Applied research and extension of knowledge in the areas of fostering and implementing programs that focus on youth life skills development and working with communities to build capacities to support youth development.

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Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Worker, S., Hill, R., Miller, J., Go, C., Boyes, R. (2015). "Exploring the Effectiveness of a Retreat Method for Extension Staff." Journal of Extension 53(6)
  • Go, C.; Varcoe, K.; Eng, T.; Pho, W.; Choi, L. (2012). Money Savvy Youth: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Financial Education for Fourth and Fifth Graders. Federal Reserve Board of SF Working Paper Series.
  • Peterson, S.; Roche, B.; Cortz, S.; Johns, M.; Go, C.; Nathaniel, K.; Varcoe, K. (2011). Hunger Attack Leader’s Guide. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Peterson, S.; Roche, B.; Johns, M.; Go, C.; Nathaniel, K.; Varcoe, K. (2011). Hunger Attack Teen Guide. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Cortz, S.; Wooten-Swanson, P.; Roche, B.; Peterson, S.; Johns, M.; Go, C.; Nathaniel, K.; Varcoe, K. (2011). Savings Made Simple Leader’s Guide. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Peterson, S.; Wooten-Swanson, P.; Roche, B.; Johns, M.; Go, C.; Nathaniel, K.; Varcoe, K.; Cortz, S. (2011). Savings Made Simple Teen Guide. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Wassenberg, K.; Johns, M.; Go, C. (2009). Dealing the Cards of Credit. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Peterson, S.; Johns, M.; Go, C. (2009). Hunger Attack! UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Wassenberg, K.; Johns, M.; Go, C. (2009). Keys to Credit. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Peterson, S.; Johns, M.; Go, C. (2009). My Money Personality. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Wassenberg, K.; Go, C.; Johns, M. (2009). Savings Account Strategies. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Peterson, S.; Johns, M.; Go, C.; Cortz, S. (2009). Savings Made Simple. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Wassenberg, K.; Go, C.; Johns, M. (2009). Taking Charge of Your Own Checking Account. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Wassenberg, K.; Go, C.; Johns, M. (2009). The E-Banking Experience. UCCE ANR Publication.
  • Varcoe, K.; Martin, A.; Go, C. (2008). Using a Financial Education Curriculum for Teens article originally from Financial Counseling and Planning Journal was reprinted in book. Financial Literacy for Children and Youth.
  • Go, C.; Le, T. (2005). "Gender Differences in Cambodian Delinquency: The Role of Ethnic Identity, Parental Discipline, and Peer Delinquency." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(2): 220-237.
  • Go, C.; Murdock, S. (2005). Recruiting and retaining middle school youth in after-school programs: Best practices from the field. CYFERnet.
  • Varcoe, K.; Martin, A.; Go, C. (2005). "Using A Financial Education Curriculum For Teens." Financial Counseling and Planning Journal 16(1)
  • Go, C.; Lee, F. (2004). Vulnerability and Resilience of Youth: What you can do. California Park & Recreation Society.
  • Go, C.; Murdock, S. (2003). "To Bully-Proof or Not to Bully-Proof: That is the question." Journal of Extension 41(2)
  • Varcoe, K.; Peterson, S.; Go, C.; Johns, M.; Fitch, R.; Powell, C.; Costello, C. (2002). "Teaching Teens How to Manage their Money: A Project of the Money 2000 +." California Agriculture 56(2)
  • Lim, K.; Levenson, M.; Go, C. (1999). Acculturation and delinquency among Cambodian male adolescents in California. Merging past, present, and future in cross-cultural psychology: Selected papers from the Fourteenth International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.W. Lonner and D. Dinnel. Lisse, Netherlands, Swets & Zeitlinger.: 231-244.
  • Go, C.G., Brustrom, J.E., Lynch, M. F., & Aldwin, C.M. (1995). "Ethnic trends in survival curves and mortality." The Gerontologist 35(3): 318-26.

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Go, C. (2012). "Putting Youth on the Map." from http://pyom.ucdavis.edu.
  • Go, C., Grajales-Hall, M. (2011). Cultivo De Hortalizas Ayuda A Rehabilitar Delincuentes Juveniles. http://ucanr.edu/sites/Spanish/Noticias/boletines/?uid=4658&ds=199, ucanr.
  • Go, C. & Grajales-Hall, M. (2011). Gardening: Tool To Rehabilitate Youth. ANR News and Outreach in Spanish (NOS) – Radio.M. Grajales-Hall.
  • Go, C.; Lesica, S. (2011). Incarcerated youth blossom while working with 4-H, Master Gardeners. UC Delivers.
  • Go, C. (2011). Money Talks: Program improves financial literacy of teens. UC Delivers.
  • Go, C. (2009). "Money Talks Website." from http://moneytalks4teens.ucdavis.edu.
  • Go, C.; Lee, J.; Sy, E. (2008). Take Aways! : From the Cambodian Research Project. Alameda, CA, UCCE.
  • Go, C. (2008). UCCE facilitates teen conference about sexual exploitation of youth. UC Delivers.
  • Go, C. (2007). Alameda County Sexually Exploited Minors Safe House: Report and Recommendations. Alameda, CA, UCCE.
  • Go, C. (2004). "After-School Care Website." from http://afterschool.ucdavis.edu/.
  • Go, C. (2004). Everyone Can Build Assets. California Park & Recreation Society.
  • Go, C.; Murdock, S. (2004). Recruiting and retaining middle school youth in after-school programs: research results.
  • Go, C. (2004). "UCCE Alameda County Office Website." from http://cealameda.ucdavis.edu/.
  • Kan-Rice, P.; Go, C.; Murdock, S. (2003). Feeling safe reduces youth bullying. UCOP Press Release.
  • Go, C.; Cupertino, P. (2001). Oakland Our Kids Project Key Findings Series: Factors that Influence Adolescent Suicidal Behaviors. Alameda, CA, UCCE.
  • Go, C.; Kariger, P.; Mogul, D.; Quittman, J.; Geoghagan, M.; Izu, J. (2000). Oakland Baseline Indicator Report. Alameda, CA, UCCE.
  • Go, C.; Cupertino, P. (2000). Our Kids Project: Elementary School Report. Alameda, CA, UCCE.
  • Izu, J.; Go, C. (2000). Safe Passages: Safe and Supportive Middle School Environments Project. Alameda, CA, West Ed.

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