Bradberry-Sequor Youth and Experience Design Laboratory

Overview

The mission of this lab is to discover, apply, and disseminate knowledge for youth organization managers to use when implementing positive youth development practices.

Contact

Dr. Gary Ellis
Professor and Bradberry Chair
Address: 600 John Kimbrough Blvd.
College Station, TX 77843-2261

By Appointment Only
8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday- Friday

The Bradberry-Sequor Youth and Experience Design Lab is housed within the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences at Texas A&M University. Funded by a generous endowment from the Sequor Foundation in honor of Elda K. and Joseph Bradberry, the mission of this lab is to discover, apply, and disseminate knowledge for youth organization managers to use when elevating the quality, efficiency, and impact of their organizations.

Housed within the Bradberry Youth and Experience Design Lab website are educational resources for both professionals and parents, tools to support and assist youth organization managers in evaluating their programs, and links to youth serving organizations located across the Brazos County.

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